Walk with me
And see the world I see
It is our home
It's where we all belong

Life is flair
A brittle dress we wear
A fleeting sigh

But though pointless it may seem:
Live as death were but a dream

You don't have to walk their way
You don't have to watch the show
You don't have to play their game
And you don't have to die to leave entropia

All remains:
Forgotten smiles in frames
Two fleeting lives cut down to pocket-size

Walk with me
And change the world we see
We'll cease to be
Just people passing by
Home is where we all get by

You don't have to cry for more
You don't have to have it all
You don't have to win a war
If death is but a dream
Then don't let me...

...fall asleep


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Leaving Entropia (Epilogue) song meanings
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    General CommentI see this song as finding the positive in life, trying to change for the better. Live for yourself, don't get caught up in others' ideals. There's almost a carpe diem theme going on too. It's a nice end to the album, a more postive although almost bittersweet song.

    (The 12:5 version is great!)
    o210non August 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe song tells us to leave the world "Entropia" which is full of war, hostility and ignorance, behind and to never let our world change into that (or has it already become Entropia?)

    damn, that sounded good 8)
    Narf42on July 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHe knows we already live in Entropia, and the world is fucked up.

    ...but you don't have to die to leave Entropia. ;)
    windowpane8902on September 07, 2008   Link

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