"Writing on the Wall" as written by Mike Levine, Gil Moore and Rik Emmett....
I can hear it, I can feel it
And I have no choice, I answer to the call
I can see it and I believe it
There is wisdom in the writing on the wall

Shout it from the rooftops
Sing it to the sky
Stand up all for one and one from all
I feel the tide is turning as I
Watch the days go down
I can read the writing on the wall

All the faceless, all the nameless
Up against the wall: they spell it out for you
Are you searchin', lookin' for an answer?
Can you meet the challenge risin' up at you?

The changing of the old guard, means we
Welcome in the new: but
Every summer surely has its fall
The path of least resistance
Has led me right to you
(And) The writing is on the wall

[Chorus]

Writing on the wall: writing on the wall
Stand up and be counted: all for one and one for all
The writing is on the wall

I am up here walking on a tightrope
But I never pause to think that I could fall

I've got one short dance
On this planet
But I'll carve my message deep into the wall

So shout it from the rooftops sing it to the sky
Stand up all for one and one from all
I feel the tide is turning as I watch the days go down
I can read the writing on the wall


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"Writing on the Wall" as written by Raul Malo Al Anderson

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