They're coming
Begin to light we must ignite the creed to fight begin our night
They're coming
Wake up the dreamers we demand the need of rights
In the dead of night a hero sets his sights to warn of destruction
a call of arms begins the motion.
There is no good bye no second glances
for in the midst
We, We see a glimpse
Of mass oppression coming to take our lives
They can't take our fight
We're living free of monarchy
Brothers take hands
its our time to give this nation its only chance.
Not one step back
a true man will take a stand.
Liberty rings
echoing through the streets the beginning of everything.
Take pride for this is the picture we must live by or die, or die
They're coming
Begin to light we must ignite we creed to fight begin our night
They're coming
Wake up the dreamers we demand the need of rights
How can we sleep at night?
knowing that were hidden by our lack of emotion
just stoic disposition what robotic guise.
Simply take time to remember our forefathers plight.
How could we make light of such a momentous fight?
Could we ever make ourselves right?
Don't stand for another moment wasted

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Awaken The Dreamers song meanings
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  • +2
    General CommentFreedom. Free yourself from oppression. Stand and fight, motherfuckers. Fight for what is rightfully yours.
    coolf1r3on September 21, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song, to me, describes freedom in its purest form.

    Check out the lyrics, it even seems as if it's describing the beginning part of the Revolutionary War.

    "In the dead of night a hero sets his sights to warn of destruction
    a call of arms begins the motion."

    Paul Revere, anybody?

    "We're living free of monarchy"

    England, wut wut?
    Deschion September 17, 2008   Link
  • +1
    My InterpretationAll Shall Perish fervently uses political and social themes to write their lyrics about, and - although they can be understood as odes about past revolutions - I deeply believe that they are telling us something about the present, the event taking place in our OWN time, and about the possible outcomes in the near future.

    Just look around you, being a citizen anywhere, and even more if you're from America: the fascist dictatorship, the police state is being built up right in front of our eyes, the system is becoming very oppressive, controlling the freedom of people in the sickest ways possible. The present monetary system is designed to turn people into debt slaves. Legislation is corrupted to its core, serving the purpose of those who are wealthy enough to influence them. But all this done in small steps, like with the frog that got boiled in water because the temperature rose just a little every time. To me, the song describes an individual who suddenly realized there is a hierarchy being built up which was hidden from his eyes, but now he sees, and understands that it aims for the total control and manipulation of the population, taking away all of freedom. Also, he realizes that it's been prepared for a long time, but it's NEVER too late to take heed and stand up for himself, for his rights.
    And yes, WE have to take a stand, we have to end the system that we allowed to oppress us for centuries.

    I think anyone who reads between the lines of ASP songs, understands this. It's important above all to educate yourself, have high level of awareness and always keep an *open mind*.

    If you are one being interested in such lyrics (and music), consider listening & reading Scar Symmetry, The HAARP Machine, Hierosonic, The Faceless, Aurora, Aristeia, House Vs Hurricane, As Blood Runs Black, Born Of Osiris, to mention a few. Read The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot. Don't rely on mainstream sources, read alternative media like Alex Jones or David Icke.
    ChaserDavidon November 01, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General CommentStill great as ever and relevant all these years later in the wake of Trump..
    Vrypeculiaron November 13, 2016   Link
  • 0
    General Commentlove this song
    big ibergon August 07, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Comment.....great song...hey big iberg can u uploAD the whole lyrics?
    trapotkion September 01, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentamazing song
    ChaDMcBaDDon September 07, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMy English class just finished reading A Tale of Two Cities and I can't help but to feel a correlation between that song and TTC. Although it's probably about the American Revolution, I still feel it fits in well with the French Revolution.
    Guassimalon May 25, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentPretty sure Deschi has it exactly right. Absolutely crushing song!
    Meinteil11on July 02, 2010   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionAnd please, spare me from comments like "love this song", we're on, after all. Anyone who takes time to come here knows that it's an awesome piece of music.
    ChaserDavidon November 01, 2011   Link

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