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Now, as I lay here in the dark
And I think back to the start
I know some things have to end
for the next one to begin

I walk alone, free at last
I feel the pressure letting go
from the very bottom, of my soul.
Flesh and bone fall to past like the ashes in the rain.

And fade away...

It's my Funeral,
welcome you all.
This is the end of the line,
So thank you for coming along.

My time has come,
I don't wanna leave you behind,
But this one I'll do on my own!

Now, as we stand two worlds apart,
the time's hardened up my heart.
From a world of no regret,
that I hope won't soon forget.

I walked the line on broken glass,
I let the passion take control,
of the very bottom of my soul.
Cross the line, fade to black,
hold the candle to the flame,
and light the way.

To my Funeral,
welcome you all,
This is the end of the line,
so thank you for coming along.
My time has come,
I don't wanna leave you behind,
But this one I'll do on my own. AZ

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Dope is a nu metal band that was founded in 1997 and immediately exploded onto the New York City club scene. After only a handful of shows, Dope secured a major label deal with Epic / Flip Records in 1998. The band's self-produced debut, 'Felons and Revolutionaries', was released in 1999, and nonstop touring fueled the band's success. Dope did several national tours with acts like Slipknot, Sevendust, Mudvayne, Fear Factory, Staind, Static-X, and Kid Rock earning Dope a reputation for being one of the most exciting live bands of the new millennium.

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