"carved in stone" as written by and Joacim Anders/dronjak Cans....
There is silence in the dark
There's a fire, ready to start
Torn pages, inked by fury
The inception of the damned

They are calling out my name
Come, please join us and carry the flame
Our precious time is standing still
When the future meets the past

No freedom, no glory
There's no future, no past
This will be our?

One last wish, one last dream
Will you follow the masses, or follow your own?
One last chance, one last scream
Before your future will be carved in stone

I remember what they said
I still hear them inside my head
The legions of damnation
They keep calling out my name

The wind blows, forever
But the time is standing still
This will be our?

One last wish, one last dream
Will you follow the masses, or follow your own?
One last chance, one last scream
Before your future will be carved in stone

Knock, a knock on my door
Please revoke what you're asking for

Solo: Oscar

One last wish, one last dream
Will you follow the masses, or follow your own?
One last chance, one last scream
Before your future will be carved in stone


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"Carved in Stone" as written by Oscar Fredrick Dronjak Joacim Anders Cans

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    My InterpretationOne has to look no further than at the two lines - "Will you follow the masses or follow your own?" and "Before your future will be carved in stone". It's a message like "Be yourself, it's your life, go after your dreams".

    Not sure about what these "legions" are. It may be, that the lyrical subject is somebody who is going to die soon and therefore those who are already dead are calling for him, so he wants to warn the next generation not to waste their lives ("Future meets the past"). Again - not sure about this part, though.
    Unelithon September 26, 2015   Link

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