"The Movies Over" as written by and Luke Gower Flynn Gower....
Can we find our way home before losing everything?
I can't say for sure because it's still happening
And it's true we've been known to fall for pots of gold and leprechauns
There's no chauffeur on this ride life's offering

And all things change
Become our own cliché

There's just minutes to midnight
Is there any blood left in our hearts?
Change is constant

Finish line's in sight
Is there any air left in our lungs?
In these final days

And it cuts to the bone, this war fought beyond the Rubicon
I seek the cure for this pain we're suffering

And all things change
We sleep in beds we've made

If I lost it all, where would it leave me?

In these final days

There's just minutes to midnight
Is there any blood left in our hearts?

In these final days

Can we find our way back home
Far beyond the Rubicon
In these final days..

Falling again
Can we find our way before it?
I don't know, it's almost midnight
Can we find our way?
Yes, we're on our own
We've seen better days
Sleep in beds we've made


Lyrics submitted by inverse_paradise, edited by Metalhead211

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    General CommentCheck out the clip of
    Mario Savio: Sproul Hall Steps, December 2, 1964.
    A human rights activist. This is the sample at the start of the track.
    deafening_silenceon June 04, 2008   Link

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