"The Mourning Eulogy" as written by Dana William Filloon, Joel Munguia Reynolds, Mike Repasch-nieves and Joseph Edward Mcateer....
Standing around a grave, chanting lines from a page
It's the mourning denial, an age-old recital
The fear of uncertain fate

An ember falls from the sky, foreshadowing our demise
It's happened before, the fables ignored
A subject most vital, and why he has sacrificed

Why is the death required, to turn a flame into fire?
A radiating force
A memory adorned
At last, he was admired
We lower him into the ground
Pour dirt on his furrowed brow
The procession recedes, some fall to their knees
blaming the gods for a loss that they have found

We will find... Sacrifice!
We will find... blinding light!

You know I tried so hard to find the fire in all of us
And now I rise to heaven above
Ascension absolves none of us


Lyrics submitted by Joshjoss

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