Eagle Fly Free – Helloween (1988)

This song comes from an album that’s a real milestone in metal genre history.

The lyrics, quite simple to understand and explain, are really inspirating and tickling about some ancestral major questions.

First listened when I was only six 🙂

People are in big confusion
They don’t like their constitutions
Everyday they draw conclusions
And they’re still prepared for war

Some can say what’s ineffective
Some make up themselves attractive
Build up things they call protective
Well your life seems quite bizarre

In the sky a mighty eagle
Doesn’t care ‘bout what’s illegal
On its wings the rainbow’s light
It’s flying to eternity

Eagle fly free
Let people see
Just make it your own way
Leave time behind
Follow the sign
Together we’ll fly someday

Hey, we think so supersonic
And we make our bombs atomic
Or the better quite neutronic
But the poor don’t see a dime
Nowadays the air’s polluted
Ancient people persecuted
That’s what mankind contributed
To create a better time

In the sky a mighty eagle
Doesn’t care ‘bout what’s illegal
On its wings the rainbow’s light
It’s flying to eternity

Eagle fly free
Let people see
Just make it your own way
Leave time behind
Follow the sign
Together we’ll fly someday

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Kai, Markus, Mike, Ingo

I miss you – Blink 182 (2003)

(I miss you, I miss you)
Hello there, the angel from my nightmare
The shadow in the background of the morgue
The unsuspecting victim of darkness in the valley
We can live like Jack and Sally if we want
Where you can always find me
We’ll have Halloween on Christmas
And in the night we’ll wish this never ends
We’ll wish this never ends

(I miss you, I miss you)
(I miss you, I miss you)

Where are you and I’m so sorry
I cannot sleep I cannot dream tonight
I need somebody and always
This sick strange darkness
Comes creeping on so haunting every time
And as I stared I counted
Webs from all the spiders
Catching things and eating their insides
Like indecision to call you
and hear your voice of treason
Will you come home and stop this pain tonight
Stop this pain tonight

Don’t waste your time on me you’re already
The voice inside my head (I miss you, I miss you)
Don’t waste your time on me you’re already
The voice inside my head (I miss you, I miss you)

Jennifer lost the war – The Offspring (1989)

Jennifer lost the war today
You’ll find her burned and raped
Through it all
She must have wondered
What have I done
But nobody really cares today
The world’s a busy place
Guess she must have realy sinned

I guess we’re all just soldiers
She was only six years old
Left to die by strangers
Her family waits
And if we’re all just soldiers
Is it so wrong to be afraid

Say it happens all the time
And it’s said and done
Little Miss 15 65 Your soul remains unclaimed
Guess you must have realy sinned

Morality won’t help her
When she lies silent in a morgue
And all our sorrows left her
But the morning headlines
Even say that it’s a shame
What are we headin’ for

Seen it all before
Silent on the ground
As he’s walking away
And I wonder how many more
Everybody take it
Like its nothing at all
Jennifer lost the war

Crossroads – The Offpsring (1989)

Time has washed away
And now I may wonder
How did it all slip by
Cause I always thought
We had forever
Future calls to me
To take me away from things
I don’t want to leave behind
Like I’m slipping away
I can’t hold on

Find that path alone
Crossroads lead me away
But that’s not what worries me
I just want to know what’s home

Through it all
My mind still wanders
To the one who touched my soul
Though her road leads away
She’s still my
True love
I could believe

Will is not enough when all those
Lost days stand in the way
But she was
My hopes and dreams my
Whole world
I could believe

I still want to know
Who can see for me
Crossroads tell me

Now you’ll have to trade
Your past away
And find another day
So is change a friend or an enemy

Through what comes to pass
I’ll find my way
I’ve seen it all before
But is the best you can be
The best thing to be
Some people say
You’re just wasting time
But that’s not what worries me
I just want to know what’s home