"Separating the Seas" as written by and Dustin Chad Davidson Brent Gerald Rambler....
This place isn't meant for people like you
Spouting ideals for your fans to consume
You're insignificant, like an ant in the midst of elephants
You're all the same
You know you won't last forever
You're all the same
A flavor of the week is how you'll be remembered
You're all the same

Pulling your so-called burdens off of your back
Throwing them overboard along the rest
Ignoring the pioneers, insulting your peers
Did it feel good to get that off your chest

Dragging us miles and miles through the mud
Our faces battered and bruised
We'll pick ourselves up out of the hole that you dug
Reaching and clawing to pull you under

The tides will turn, and justice will be served

Self-righteous isn't a term saved for the religious
The tides will turn
Justice will be served, while I carve you to pieces with my words
Your legend will fade
No one will remember your name
You know you won't last forever
You're all the same
A flavor of the week is how you'll be remembered
You're all the same
No one will remember your name


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"Separating the Seas" as written by John Benjamin Brubaker Dustin Chad Davidson

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    My InterpretationAugust Burns Red have been quite vocal in their opposition to the myriad of hardcore bands that have come out and flooded the market (with many of them sounding the same). To me this is their song to those bands ... those that simply follow the trend, don't try to innovate or create their own sound.

    In the end if a band is "middle of the road" they will fade from existence. The hardcore boom seems to have popped a little bit, and I think we will see who is left standing after it all (August Burns Red are one of the few hardcore bands I actually enjoy because they do progress their music and innovate).
    sokornyon March 14, 2016   Link

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