"Beacon in Beige" as written by and Dustin Kinsey Eric Mccann....
After this
High and low
A little late to let it go
Crooked road
To the end
Around the way and back again

Take your book
You forget
Liars, thieves and hypocrites
Take your place
In the square
Ceremonious spot in there

Lost all the others
That you love all your brothers
Do you, or did you miss the light
The tide is rising
A wind is rising
Don’t want to wait for you to die

Dot the “I’s,” cross the “T’s”
Models of efficiency
Bittersweet victory
Hope you live to see defeat

Lost all the others
That you love all your brothers
Do you, or did you miss the light
The words are binding
The sun is rising
You’ve come to fight
Because it takes generations
To replace apparitions
That you recognize the right
The tide is rising
The wind is rising
Don’t want to wait for you to die
Don’t want to wait for you to die


Lyrics submitted by JohJoh

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    Lyric CorrectionIn one line it says "Ceremonious spot in there"
    I'm pretty sure that's supposed to be "Ceremony is starting there"
    Abalt22on February 03, 2010   Link

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