power to rise above strength, ascend to fall
tower the world and in one stroke forgotten
build a great federation up to crumble
burred alive with the weight of our own doctrine

power to rise above strength, ascend to fall
tower the world and in one stroke forgotten
just watch the poles change
the filth prevail over our predecessors

cut from the foundation
nothing can stand only move towards its destruction
torn apart all nation
to rebuild any thing you must destroy from within

demagog, to see the truth in your revolution
what are the fundamentals
to rewrite history this prophesy has come full circle

this is the end of the line what will we turn to
when the state we have formed deludes us
this state is no solution
no moral law exists with out a giver

cut from the foundation
nothing can stand only move towards its destruction
torn apart all nation
to rebuild they must destroy the God of whom we owe are freedom

relive all that was taught
before life stops
to comprehend what we had

annihilate in one generation
natural law thrown to the dogs for unnatural order
this is the end not the beginning

annihilate in one generation
natural law thrown to the dogs for unnatural order
this is the end not the beginning

power to rise above strength, ascend to fall
tower the world and in one stroke forgotten
build a great federation up to crumble
burred alive with the weight of our own doctrine

power to rise above strength, ascend to fall
tower the world and in one stroke forgotten
just watch the poles change
the filth prevail over our predecessors

relive all that was taught
before life stops
to comprehend what we had

decline of
western civilization
this state
is no solution
where will we turn

save us

this is the end of the line
this state
it can not save

this state it holds no solution




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Decline of Western Civilization song meanings
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