"My Will Be Done" as written by Derek Kerswill, John Maggard, Paul Mcgrath, Trevor Phipps and Ken Susi....
So many have lost their way
So many have fallen to their grip of faith
Controlled by their words of hate
Divided we ravage our homelands

The abundance of of numbness can claim self rule
Diseased transmission can claim us all

A system of panic enslaves
The binding obtainment brings darker days
A stand must be taken to save
No cries for us, the war is waged
It's done

I strive to find my way
My will be done
Work these hands until they bleed
My will be done
I'll listen for the call
My will be done
Now pray for your miracle
My will be done

No cries for us, the war is waged
My will be done

The abundance of numbness can claim self rule
Diseased transmission can claim us all

So many have lost their way
So many have fallen to their grip of faith
Controlled by their words of hate
Divided we perish

Now I strive to find my own way
My will be done
Work these hands until they bleed
My will be done
I'll listen for the call
My will be done
Now pray for your miracle
My will be done


Lyrics submitted by Bobert04

"My Will Be Done" as written by John Maggard Derek Kerswill

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    General CommentCommented Unearth frontman Trevor Phipps: "'The March' symbolizes both the evil and hopeful sides of humanity. The Evil: With the constant balancing act of power within government, religion and our financial institutions, there lies the chance of those most hungry for power to alter and restrict our freedoms for their gain. The Hopeful: This represents the faith in mankind as the most powerful force on the planet. If we come together and do not fight over religion, class and borders then we hold the key to a peaceful world. There are two possible futures in store; either a March of power and greed or a March of a unified human race."
    Bobert04on April 07, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt seems anti-Christian to me. Or just overall anti-religion. I disagree with these lyrics. Not my will but His be done.
    Tudles1on March 22, 2009   Link

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