It's not too late to start again, to start again, to start again
It's never too late to turn around, to double back and change your mind
After all from dust we came and to dust we shall return
So I'll see you on the horizon
I'll see you there at the break of dawn

Sweat comes pouring down your face, you built your life around this place
Feel the heat as the flames arise and burn it down before your eyes
After all from dust we came and to dust we shall return
Yeah I'll see you on the horizon

I'll see you there at dawn

We once were children building castles in the sand
We'd smash them back into the land
We'd call it all good fun
Well now we build them big and tall
We weep and cry each time they fall
Then we hurry on to build again

We try so hard to leave a mark
We end up mostly leaving scars
Dig our toes in, sink our teeth in,
We want our names in history
But no one will remember you
And why on earth do you want them to?
The greatest men in history are now just names of what they used to be

After all from dust we came and to dust we shall return
So I'll see you on the horizon
I'll see you there


Lyrics submitted by buck6986

Dust song meanings
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