"Section 32 (The Championship)" as written by and Tim Delaughter....
We may have missed a championship of a cross becoming a gun
We called them out, we said "Let's shout:
'Someday the world will be one!'"
If we try....
Somehow we will keep it alive

The brains were fixed on politics
A role that's never been won
We called them out, we said "Let's shout:
'Someday the world will be one!'"
If we try....
Somehow we will keep it alive

If we try....
Somehow we will keep it alive

Beyond this fiery stage, we celebrate..
Raise our voice, make another sound
All in good time, we will come around
Beyond the full of(?) skylight
We'd say
"What a day!"
(All in good time)

We made eclipse(?), the human wrist(?)
Of soldiers marching 'till dawn
We called them out, we said "Let's shout:
'Someday the world will be one!'"
If we try....
Somehow we will keep it alive

If we try....
Somehow we will keep them alive

Beyond this fiery stage, we celebrate..
Raise our voice, make another sound
All in good time, we will come around
Beyond the full of(?) skylight
We'd say,
"What a day!"
(All in good time)

All in good time, we'll come 'round
Raise our voice, make another sound
All in good time, we'll come 'round
Raise our voice, make another round
(Repeat until fadeout..)


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Section 32 (The Championship) song meanings
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    General CommentI think the final part of this song is really the key to the meaning.
    edwarticaon August 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI disagree, Its a song about throwing out the BS of modern politics. The Second verse proves it. I have to admire that it doens't point to any certain politicians either, but just politicians in general.
    edwarticaon December 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is amazing. The obvious meaning behind this song is the world eventually joining in harmony. I like the first line about the cross becoming a gun and they hit upon the different sects of people that would be fighting with each other, such as soldiers and politicians. I think that the "beyond this fiery stage" part is a reference to earth, as the world is in fire and chaos, but at the end goal (presumably heaven), everyone will celebrate and join as one.

    Ah the power of music
    RackinFootyon August 20, 2009   Link

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