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In Flames – Versus Terminus lyrics

When all is said and done we'll know what's right what's wrong. But does it matter then when all is said and done?
When all is dead and gone we know who lost who won. But does it matter then when all is dead and gone?

See everything go. End of all things, the life that we know
Shift your point of view, you've been warned. This one way ticket is for you

When all the lights go out, we'll know what life's about. But does it matter then. When all the lights go out?
When all the laughter dies. We'll see nothingness and realize. But does it matter then when all the laughter dies?

See everything go. End of all things, the life that we know
Shift your point of view, you've been warned. This one way ticket is for you

When all the laughter dies. We'll see nothingness and realize. But does it matter then when all the laughter dies?

See everything go. End of all things, the life that we know
Shift your point of view, you've been warned. This one way ticket is for you



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