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With our backs to the wall, darkness will fall. We never quite thought we could lose it all. Ready, Aim, Fire! Ready, Aim, Fire! And empires fall in just one day. You close your eyes and the glory fades. Ready, Aim, Fire! Ready, Aim, Fire Away!...

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    anonymous
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    Nov 2nd, 2018 11:44pm report


    Yes, I know it’s from ironman, but it could be a possible future for good ole America. Just saying what came to me when I first heard it.



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    anonymous
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    Sep 28th, 2018 9:53am report


    This song is about going into outer space on an airplane.



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    anonymous
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    Sep 28th, 2018 9:53am report


    This song is about going into outer space.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 2nd, 2018 1:25pm report


    I think it's about the fall of an empire when it says you close your eyes and the glory fades I interpret it as when you die the glory of your great empire falls



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    anonymous
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    Nov 29th, 2017 11:20am report


    This song to me is about a rebellion. Perhaps a rebellion against the evil things in the world people just accept. But in the song he's helping to rebel against evil (after all, this song was made for ironman 3) "off in the distance, there is a resistance, bubbling and festering." So that means a rebellion is starting."a man on a mission, changing the vision, I was never welcome here" so he is basically saying that he wants to change the world for the better and defeat evils, but people are basically slaves and too afraid to stand up for what they think is right, so they just go with it. However, since he stands out and won't put up with wrongdoing, people look at him as an outsider and they look down on him for standing up against evil. - songmeanings
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    anonymous
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    Nov 28th, 2017 11:36pm report


    I think it is an analogy for struggle, particularly involving actual fighting. Yet ID has said in statements that not all of their songs have definitive meanings. It's art, make your own opinions :)



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    anonymous
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    Aug 30th, 2017 8:50pm report


    I personally think the song is a rebellion song. "we'd rather die than do it your way..."



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    anonymous
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    Mar 5th, 2017 3:44am report


    I think it does mean the revolutionary war because an empires falling in just one day, which the British had a great empire with king George. And the beginning has the sound of cannons and sounds like bayonets clashing and If you check the history of the war with certain acts such as taxes with tea, paper, and sugar or perhaps the intolerable acts which caused the colonists to rebel against the empire and this could be the battle of the Delaware river when Washington crossed it and they fought the British to push them out. And maybe the tunnels light could be the musket barrel to eliminate British troops and territories. So they did not want to be treated like the British are treating them so they fought.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 5th, 2017 3:41am report


    I think it does mean the revolutionary war because an empires falling in just one day, which the British had a great empire with king George. And the beginning has the sound of cannons and sounds like bayonets clashing and If you check the history of the war with certain acts such as taxes with tea, paper, and sugar or perhaps the intolerable acts which caused the colonists to rebel against the empire and this could be the battle of the Delaware river when Washington crossed it and they fought the British to push them out. And maybe the tunnels light could be the musket barrel to eliminate British troops and territories.

    This interpretation has been marked as poor. view anyway


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    anonymous
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    Mar 5th, 2017 3:41am report


    I think it does mean the revolutionary war because an empires falling in just one day, which the British had a great empire with king George. And the beginning has the sound of cannons and sounds like bayonets clashing and If you check the history of the war with certain acts such as taxes with tea, paper, and sugar or perhaps the intolerable acts which caused the colonists to rebel against the empire and this could be the battle of the Delaware river when Washington crossed it and they fought the British to push them out. And maybe the tunnels light could be the musket barrel to eliminate British troops and territories



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    anonymous
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    Mar 5th, 2017 3:38am report


    I think it does mean the revolutionary war because an empires falling in just one day, which the British had a great empire with king George. And the beginning has the sound of cannons and sounds like bayonets clashing and If you check the history of the war with certain acts such as taxes with tea, paper, and sugar or perhaps the intolerable acts which caused the colonists to rebel against the empire and this could be the battle of the Delaware river when Washington crossed it and they fought the British to push them out.

    This interpretation has been marked as poor. view anyway


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    anonymous
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    Mar 5th, 2017 3:38am report


    I think it does mean the revolutionary war because an empires falling in just one day, which the British had a great empire with king George. And the beginning has the sound of cannons and sounds like bayonets clashing and If you check the history of the war with certain acts such as taxes with tea, paper, and sugar or perhaps the intolerable acts which caused the colonists to rebel against the empire and this could be the battle of the Delaware river when Washington crossed it and they fought the British to push them out

    This interpretation has been marked as poor. view anyway


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    anonymous
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    Jan 31st, 2017 1:48pm report


    Reminds of the America revolution, perhaps on the battle of bunker hill. If you listen you can gun shots in the background with swords clashing-bayonets in the Revolution.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 26th, 2017 1:01pm report


    Did you forget this is for Ironman 3? If you have seen you will know what it means, the song means.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 12th, 2017 1:36pm report


    To me the song "Ready aim fire" is about a man in war fighting for his life, focusing only to complete the mission that he was orderd to do.



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