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    Monday, December 20, 2004
    Cool song

    You can listen to it for free, legally, at http://www.theinsyderz.com/media/The_Insyderz-02-Call_To_Arms.mp3

    Call To Arms
    No longer will I just sit back as this world’s slowly dying
    I’m not done having fun, i’m no good at goodbye
    Today’s the day we can’t delay, we fight to save those that hate
    The time is right, we can’t deny the voice inside to rise above

    This is a call to arms, prepare for war
    This is a battle charge, prepare for war
    We’ll still hold the fort, prepare for war
    This is a call to arms

    No one is safe, they’re all asleep and the darkness creeps in
    No longer will I be the one that this world marks for failure
    Today’s the day we can’t delay, we fight to save those that hate
    The time is right, we can’t deny the voice inside to rise above

    This is a call to arms, prepare for war
    This is a battle charge, prepare for war
    We’ll still hold the fort, prepare for war
    This is a call to arms
    This is a call to arms

    Posted at 02:30 pm by Megiddo

     

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