Andrei Hauk

Andrei Hauk

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Pop - Rock | Bensalem, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 26   
Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

Musically the track invokes classic hard rock attitudes, lyrically it's a socio-political statement against wars and aggressive foreign policies.

Lyrics

I’ve come to find my answers,
Instead I’ve climbed the fences
Over the mountains of all human flaws
If I’m to fight for freedom
I’ve gotta have my reasons
Is it a treason to change status quo?
I need to know the truth before
the children start their crying,
the blackened sky begins to fall, begins to speed the deaths.

Chorus:
I don’t believe the wars are ever won when the lives are lost!
I don’t believe the tale that
the strong is right and the weak is wrong!
And either way you choose it, every war will bring one more
Please, shut your eyes in justice and open your hearts.

I yet will not surrender
But this will not depend on
What lies they spin on the screen they control.
I’m no one’s truth defendant,
Just everyone’s descendant
waiting for the cheapest grimace to unfold.
I’d like to see the truth before
the water stops its flowing,
the blackened sky begins to fall, begins to speed the deaths.
Chorus:
Bridge:
If you set your wants so skyhigh
Don’t ignore the others’s pain
If you don’t hear the world around you
You will pay the price again.

Song Length
4:31
Genre
Rock - Hard Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Troubled, Poignant

Subject Matter
General, Life

Similar Artists
Deep Purple, Heart
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Andrei Hauk
Music Credits Andrei Hauk & Sergey Dudin
Producer Credits Andrei Hauk & Sergey Dudin
Publisher Credits Andrei Hauk
Performance Credits Andrei Hauk & Sergey Dudin