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There's a cold wind out tonight
The chill of distant eyes
An orbit survey finds...your mind

I will remember
You will remember
The star that came tonight...

There's a thought that fills your mind
A vision of time
When knowledge was confined
And then we wonder how machines
Can steal each other's dreams
From points that are unseen...It's real

I will remember
You will remember
The star that came tonight

Oh can't you see the light
Of the knowing star

When you gaze at the evening sky
And you're reaching out with your mind
You might see the nation's eyes
Don't hide...It's you

I will remember
You will remember
The star that came tonight

I will remember
You will remember
The star that...came...tonight
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Jun 11, 2001
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It's about Haley's Comet.

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At the Unplugged recording, Geoff said it was a very romantic song about spy satellites.

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I remember this song when I was young and this girl that liked me so much always played this song when she wanted to make out with me!!!! Jenn ya know who ya are!!!!LOL :)

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The messages in most of their older stuff from way back, (Empire, The Warning, Operation Mind Crime, etc.... Rage for Order is as clear as a glass of water, including the title of this album. Nue Regal was also stating the obvious in what's happening now in our world. May God protect us all from what will be.

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The resistance (Chemical Youth) lost the battle to regain the planet for humanity. This song reflects how the chaos started. It is a song to lament a civilization's demise. A song before igniting a nuclear missile meant to end machine domination and also whatever is left of humanity. The star that came tonight.

"Rage For Order" ends with people choosing suicide over slavery. Once upon a time mankind was threatened with extinction by way of nuclear exchange. Yesterday communism threatened democracy. Now we face environmental disasters no less hideous than nuclear warfare. And free-market democracies are saddled with spiritual rot that transforms humans into consumers knowing the price of everything and value of nothing.

nucleusprog.com.ar/ingles/i-queensryche2.htm

I have to congratulate you on your ability to see this album as one broad, powerful concept. Did you chat with the band, or what?

@PigeonWing I'm not sure you were 100% right - but whoever downvoted you is ridiculous, so I upvoted you to compensate. This album was definitely a loose concept - unlike the absolute concept of Mindcrime. There's a definite thread from start to finish, just like there is with Warning. And this is the closing song of Rage, which sums things up. Pigeon Wing is certainly more on the right track than not. Though I think there's more to it - or shall I say, I'm not sure it's as specific as he says.

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