"The Brave and the Bold" as written by Dan Donegan, David Draiman, Mike Wengren and Kevin Churko....
All your life you just stood there questioning
Feeling your ambition crumble away
As the power within you began to decay
Never finding what you were searching for
And feeling a longing you couldn't ignore
You felt it ache inside like never before

Take the path that the weak ones demonize
Look around and begin to realize

That you're no longer alone tonight
You're coming into your own tonight
One of the brave and the bold tonight

The burden you bear can cripple you
A ravenous cancer, eating your soul
Lost within a world beyond your control
So tonight, let there be a reckoning
Let this moment empower you to no end
Let the doubts within you, start to descend

Take the path that the weak ones demonize
Look around and begin to realize

That you're no longer alone tonight
You're coming into your own tonight
One of the brave and the bold tonight

That you're no longer alone tonight
Become the heir to the throne tonight
One of the brave and the bold tonight

That you're no longer alone tonight
You're coming into your own tonight
One of the brave and the bold tonight

That you're no longer alone tonight
You're coming into your own tonight
One of the brave and the bold tonight


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"The Brave And The Bold" as written by Dan Donegan Kevin Churko

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    My InterpretationCould this one be as simple as based on Batman (esp. the animated series of the same name)?
    The first verse about ambition crumbling etc. could be based on the murder of Bruce Wayne's parents...
    The 'weak ones' could be those who refuse to do anything (ordinary citizens who need help) who fear and yet treat him like a criminal.
    The burden/ cancer in the 2nd verse could be the crime all around him. He needs to fight it and make the world a better place.
    'No longer alone tonight' could be a reference to Batman and Robin or other helper. It could also mean that 'Bruce' is there as well as 'Batman'- that he is both people and thus, never alone when fighting crime.
    Zargothon April 17, 2016   Link

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