"A Call To Arms" as written by Christopher John Guglielmo, Nick Ghanbarian, Jack A O'shea and Anthony S Raneri....
I swear, I can't stand this place
And whats becoming of me
The longer I have to stay.
I want to
Think all unthinkable things
And say what I shouldn't say
I need a change

With that said, I'm leaving today
I got some concrete ideas and they've been paving my way
Towards all the
Downtown's and urban decay
There's so much life in these bricks
There's so much buildings can say

A new experienced me
We'll be coming back on rusted wheels and bloody knees

[Chorus]
A call to arms
From server to soldiers
Whose got no one to count on
Faceless and scarred
We don't know where we're going
We forgot where we came from

I thought that there was blood left in this stone
Turns out that I was wrong
I hope to find a place that feels like home
With a heightened sense of strength
And the strongest sense of sound

A new experienced me
We'll be coming back on rusted wheels and bloody knees

[Chorus]

A new experienced me (a new experienced me)
We'll be coming back on rusted wheels and bloody knees

[Chorus]


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"A Call to Arms" as written by Christopher John Guglielmo Anthony S Raneri

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    General Commentamazing song, such an underrated band
    dharmainitiative1on September 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm relatively sure it's "suburban soldiers who've got no one to count on" in the chorus.
    n1njadrumon September 10, 2008   Link
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    General Commentit is suburban soldiers. oh and hi carly it's christina!
    isaculton September 14, 2008   Link
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    General CommentYeah some of the lyrics are wrong here.. But still. Love this song, one of my favorites off the album.
    StressDonoon October 11, 2008   Link
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    General Commentit's "Rusted limbs and bloody knees"
    and a n1njadrum said, "surban soldiers who've got no one to count on"
    StressDonoon October 11, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song is so fun to hear live :]
    caiti all over.on January 13, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningSounds like it's about people using the army so that they can go to college and have a future.
    jordalshon August 01, 2009   Link
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    General CommentSome lyrics are wrong, but it seems like he's talking about leaving a state of being(or a physical place) that is wearing him down. He leaves to become stronger and more experienced so that he can return and face whatever state of being or place he is talking about. Super catchy song and the solo is face-melting(:
    RyanisRaddon September 13, 2011   Link

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