"At Fates Hands" as written by Joe Dibiase, Frank Aresti and Jim Matheos....
Ours is the cry of the helpless, told
In the timeless truth of the written word.

Trapped by the tempest of the blind
Our muted calls can't be heard.

Helpless as we stand
Amidst the push of thoughtless hands.

We are adrift without direction
In a raging storm on a calm sea.
Clinging to our expectations
To stem the tide of destiny.

Helpless as we fall
Beneath the crush of waters walls.

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"At Fates Hands" as written by Jim Matheos Frank Aresti


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    General CommentGoing on other themes off this album I'd suggest that the song may be about trying to be heard as an individual in a society of conformity.

    That is how can a 'single' voice be heard against the roar of conformity (society).

    Reminds me sort of a dystopic society where a government has taken rule and suppresses freedoms. Not sure if it is meant to be a reflection of the current (well at their time) governments in a particular country, or more of a general statement about trying to stand out from the crowd and the troubles with being heard.
    sokornyon April 23, 2015   Link

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