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Song Released: 2011


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I was lost,
Now I'm found
I'm sustained by the sound
Of the angels singing me to sleep,
While my feet aren't leaving the ground
Am I dead,
Or am I dreaming instead?
A cornucopia of optiates are flooding my head

I'm insane,
Thats a...

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    anonymous
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    May 20th, 2016 5:31pm report


    Every single one of these interps are stupid Ronnie did not get kick d out of the band Escape The Fate. He had to quit because he was sent to prison for something he didnt even do.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 26th, 2015 2:47pm report


    Ronnie is saying f u right to ETF. He doesnt care they kicked him out, he doesnt need them.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 29th, 2013 3:20pm report


    All he pretty much is saying is..... "fuck you ETF i dont need you" all the way through..... although I'm glad he got kicked out of ETF... I like craig better and ronnie is better in FIR



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    anonymous
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    Nov 7th, 2012 11:46am report


    Fuck You ETF…

    Especially Craig mabbit.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 20th, 2012 3:40am report


    I love this song by FIR. It's Ronnies way of saying screw you to ETF. He says this because as Ronnie was in jail Members of Escape the Fate fate spreader rumors of him in jail and about hiding heroin while there(which is ignorant on ETF side) so Ronnie just responded with this song and is "this war is mine" basically means im gonna be bigger than you guys and I am the reason you became famous (so true). I love it!!! Keep it up Ronnie.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 4th, 2012 2:58am report


    Basically this whole song is the biggest fuck you to escape the fate...
    It has references to etf all the way throught it... eg; "this war is mine" etfs new album; "this war is ours"
    Ronnie: "i dug a whole ten miles wide, so i could throw all of you inside" ETfs song; "ten miles wide" then obviously "i have learnt that my fate is something i can't escape"
    The whole song just proves Ronnie Radke is a hardcore cunt and etf is pretty much nothing without him xD



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    anonymous
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    Nov 10th, 2011 11:41pm report


    This song was written in jail by Ronnie, and it is specially for his old band, which he got kicked out of. He says " I've learned that my fate is something I can't escape " and the name of his old band is Escape The Fate. On the ending breakdown he says " This War Is Mine ", which is an answer to Escape The Fate's album This War Is Our (not necessarily talking about Radke). He also says " You're what I started, now disregarded " because he created Escape The Fate.




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