"Final Call" as written by and Jonathan Donais Jason Bittner....
Seeing it all, heeding the call

Lost without hoping to be found
A willing exile, I turn away
Rather face the endless silence
Than the hopelessness and fear of today

The ashes choke the sky
Death's swift hand in disguise

Awaiting the final call
No use hesitating
Are we fearful of how dark it's grown?
The emptiness surrounds

Cannot believe
Refuse to think I'm on my own
Who will be cast out?

Trust in the lies that held you bound
Their twisted values lead you astray
They disgrace the world with violence
Leaving bitterness, despair and decay

The ashes choke the sky
Death's swift hand in disguise

Awaiting the final call
No use hesitating
Are we fearful of how dark it's grown?
The emptiness surrounds

Cannot believe
Refuse to think I'm on my own
Who will be cast out?

Lost without hoping to be found
A willing exile, I turn away
The ashes choke the sky
Death's swift hand in disguise

Awaiting the final call
No use hesitating
Are we fearful of how dark it's grown?
The emptiness surrounds

Cannot believe
Refuse to think I'm on my own
Who will be cast out?



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"Final Call" as written by Jason D Bittner Brian Fair

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    General Commentomg omg omg@!#!@#!# i am the first to comment this page.. lol and probably the last.

    anyway. this song probably means.

    ARE WE going to turn into the common people?
    CANNOT BELIEVE what we are coming to.
    witch one of us will turn into the common person and be CAST OUT from individuality?...
    bvillanson February 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song rocks the crud out of everything! The chorus is so anthemic!

    Gotta be something to do with the crapiness of society and modern values, war maybe - I know Brian likes his spirituality and stuff so I'd imagine he's preaching a little about how corrupt everything is - he'd rather be an exile than be part of all the violence and war etc.

    TUNE!
    Charlehon January 04, 2010   Link

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