The World As We Know It

Album: The City Sleeps in Flames (2005)
  • This song is about the war in Iraq. The lyrics, "The bleeding culture the dying nation" and "The poisoned waters, the starving children in this suffocating sky" are both about the way the war started. >>
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    alex - cypresss, Greece

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  • Waterloobullet from Las Vegas, NvThis song is about war on the country.How it is to be stuck in the middle of it.How it is to be one fighting in it.
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