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Avenged Sevenfold: Waking the Fallen Meaning


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Wake the ones and rise tonight
Fallen souls we shine so bright
Rise now and forever
Forgotten memories
No one can touch us


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    May 11th, 2017 5:42am report

    I think that this little song there has an even deeper meaning than anyone can imagine. And I am sure it isn't something that everyone can see when they listen to this song. It's about waking the souls of the fallen, perhaps the souls of sinful people. The day is blessed by the god so the is Unholy and can bring back the wicked spirits. Moreover, the whole name Waking the Fallen, refers to either waking the lord of darkness or just the wicked fallen souls. Can't decide on which of the two though. Despite all of these,it is a very atmospheric song to listen to and the theme that the song is based to is really interesting.


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    Jan 4th, 2012 1:58pm report

    the meaning of Waking the Fallen is to rise the dead in the night"wake the ones and rise tonight"."Fallen souls we shine so bright"means that the dead have their lifes back during the night for that night is their day.That's what i get out of the song i don't get all the meaning s but i get thta much if im right.

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