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"Before Tomorrow Comes"

I couldn't sleep I had to listen
To a conscience knowing so well
That nothing comes from indifference
I look inside of myself

Will I find some kind of conviction?
Will I bid the hero farewell?
Will I be defined by things...


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    Sep 12th, 2011 9:29pm report

    In a nutshell anonymous up here got it right. The thing about this band that I think is one of the most appealing qualities is that most of their songs are about preserverance and helping your fellow brothers and sister. This is an amazing song in the essence that it blatantly says that we need to "take the hands in need" and NOT to let it be "Before Tomorrow Comes" but that we need to do it now. That we CANNOT only live for ourselves but we have to live for eachother as well.


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    May 11th, 2011 5:55pm report

    The singer tells you that you can change your life today and become a better person, you just need to believe it and do it. He says the world doesn't care that what they are doing isn't right, and that we need to change today, before tomorrow comes.

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