"A Nation On Fire" as written by and Logan Mader Robb Flynn....
Well I see, I feel
On my way
You close your eyes, scared to think
You might see
A world that spends more to kill than to cure
Living, writhing, diseased, so unpure

It hardens me, the things I see
But I won't break. it gives me strength

Our suffering. won't always be
We'll dominate. this nation on fire

The media it
Blinds out eyes
A people divided
And force fed lies
The black and white societies corrode
Warring, hating, blind, a rage explodes

So take my hand, across this land
I won't go down, stand my ground

Our suffering. won't always be
We'll dominate. this nation on fire

This nation's built on fighting war after war
And for my brothers, I will fight and stand for
'Cause I won't break. Your truth is fake
If blood ran red, you'd leave me for dead
A nation on fire
A nation on fire

You tell me peace, well I hear gunshots all night
The scars I have, I've earned 'cause I've had to fight
An endless pain, and it won't change
We just sat, and watched this world die
A nation on fire
A nation on fire


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"A Nation on Fire" as written by Chris Kontos Adam Duce

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    General CommentThis song is about how instead of helping others a lot of people murder and make the world more difficult to live in.
    jordan199311on December 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI might also add that it's about how we so obessesed wwith war and shit that we hardly think about peace or anything.

    My personal favourite MH song; the intro Logan does is one of the best intros ever.
    Blastdudeon March 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah the intro to this one is damn good, I learned it as soon as I heard it just coz its pro and its got the trademark harmonics!
    Charlehon April 04, 2007   Link

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