Asking Alexandria: Final Episode (Let's Change the Channel) Meaning
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Final Episode (Let's Change the Channel) Lyrics
Oh my God.
If only he knew,
If only he knew,
If only he knew about the world without the bullshit and the lies,
We could have saved him.
They could have saved me.
But instead I'm here drowning in my own fucking mind,...
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous May 19th 2011 report
This song is about a friend committing suicide and the depression he was facing because of it. He wishes his friend could have had a better life and that he knew about the world "without the bullshit and the lies" and he says he won't let this be the death of him.
anonymous Nov 14th 2014 report
I read somewhere that it's about the united states government's relationship to the people.
anonymous Sep 17th 2013 report
This song is about his friend commiting suicide. If you look (or listen) to the lyrics, the things that he says relate to suicide.
anonymous May 19th 2012 report
This song is about his friend commiting suicide. He is freaked out, he repeats"Oh my god!" throughout the song. He is saying that if his friend "knew about the world without the bullshit and the lies, we could have saved him". Hes "drowning in his own fucking mind" because he doesnt know what to do. He says this wont be the dath of him.
anonymous Mar 22nd 2012 report
This song to me seems a lot like the story of The Catcher in the Rye. In the book the main character goes crazy and a lot of lines in this song sound like references to me.
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anonymous Sep 7th 2011 report
I think this song is about someone seeing all the bad in the world
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