"Calling" as written by Sebastian Ingrosso and Alessandro Rodolfo Lindblad....
The wings that take this sparrow break with this weight of mine,
Another message lost into the void of time,
Is anybody out there get the message that I send?
Would anybody read it then send it back again?
A call to mend connection lost through memory and bone,
A call to find a new way to communicate and grow!
Now I sold my voice to pay for my security
Now I write my sentence on its walls

I'm calling, is anybody out there?
Is anybody tunning in?

One thousand years that I've waited for a sign
A dream may last for seconds changing you for all times
Frantic incoherent just a reach in the dark!
A message for my lonely thoughts a sparrow for my heart.

I'm calling, is anybody else out there?
Is anybody listening? Can anybody hear me?

The wings that take this sparrow break with this weight of mine,
Another message lost straight from this heart of mine
A message out to anybody tunning in that this whole world is slowly caving in!

Lyrics submitted by kikujiro

"Calling" as written by Sebastian Ingrosso Alessandro Rodolfo Lindblad

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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    General Commentshame on no one commenting on this already. The meaning is pretty obvious. Strung Out 4 life!
    rotorockeron June 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAliens man.....aliens.
    Room_209on June 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI believe that this is a world where free speech is banned and that the protagonist is a prisoner for speaking his mind. He uses sparrows to carry messages to the outside world (Sorta like Alcatraz) but the people outside are too brained washed or shallow to care that "This whole world is slowly caving in"
    Natmanon June 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAgree. Great song a great lyrics, like the entire album. Most of the words don't rhyme, but who cares;)
    I love the intro too.
    Punkfather666on September 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI hate the entire new album...

    I noticed An American Paradox was a lot different form their usual, but it was still decent.

    Then Exile is Oblivion really seemed like "WTF" to me

    Then Blackhawks over Los Angeles was kind of the nail in the coffin (for me).

    I just don't really like the new style, although it's a bit late for me to be saying this.

    I miss their 1994-2000 stuff.
    CRWon April 10, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about feeling imprisoned in your own mind and having no one understand why.

    oh and i heard that CRW sucks a big dick before he goes to bed every night
    edgewood420on May 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI take it back. I was pissed off at the time, but now I respect their new stuff, even if I don't listen to it.
    CRWon August 27, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis is a bangin song, pritty sweet. Jake and Rob are insane guitarist and everything they do is epic, Love this son live to :)

    that had nothin to do with what the song ment so im sorry XD
    Alk3:Don September 12, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI get the impression that this song is about social media, Myspace and Facebook etc. Both of which were quickly becoming very popular at the time. Social media had allowed us to reconnect with our past friends and communicate in a way we couldn't before. But at the same time it had made us far more isolated while at the same time we fill it's walls with our thoughts, trying to reach out for a connection with somebody out there that is ultimately not going to be real or completely fake, exposing our vulnerabilities in the process.
    I think that the sparrows wings breaking represents the actual individual breaking down from the depression created by the isolation social media has caused the individual. Resulting misanthropy and apathy within the individual.
    brendanfitrideon July 12, 2016   Link

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