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Exitus

(2012)
TypeAlbum (Studio full-length)
GenresDeath Metal, Deathcore
Album rating :  –
Votes :  0
Lyrics > N > Nadir Lyrics (45) > Exitus Lyrics (8)
Submitted by level 21 록스타 (2017-10-02)
1. We're Here for a Cause (3:08)
Defend the cause and spread the word
Defend the cause, make your voice heard

Moral and mental progress can be judged by the way
We treat animals – that's our cause, we do as we say
The voice of the world's conscience, that's what we are
However you may try to suppress it, you surely won't get far

At the mercy of mankind with no chance to fight
Who's the one to show the world how to treat them right?
All have their role to play and their place, there is no doubt
None is futile or harmful, they all balance out

We're here for a cause, laying down the law

Moral and mental progress can be judged by the way
We treat animals – that's our cause, we do as we say
Haven't you learned your lesson in eco-ethic yet?
Come and get a closer view now, the closest you can get

We're here for a cause, laying down the law
2. Steal to Breed (3:06)
Bred in the dirt, loaded in trucks by the thousand,
In boxes piled up
Living consumer goods, hungry and thirsty
Some won't live to see the end of the journey

Steal to breed
Cripple and kill
Steal to breed

Luxury pastime or dog fight –
As long as it pays it's all right
Dished up or used in labs
How cruel fate can get?
Nothing matters but multiple profit

Steal to breed
Cripple and kill
Steal to breed

Buy out of pity or stupidity –
Extend and multiply
The breeding stock's misery
Soulless profiteers
If ever get caught
No punishment would be harsh enough

Steal to breed
Cripple and kill
Steal to breed
3. Plunderers of the Earth (2:43)
Do we, human beings still have any conscience?
Corporate power has no moral sense:
Its one and only aim's to devour
As much as it can, at anyone's expense

Wrong way
Dead-end
Too late
To mend

Doesn't it make you wonder
My fellow plunderers?
We're all going under
My fellow plunderers

Plunderers of the Earth

The Earth's living systems are all in decline now,
Natural resources are wasted away
And only the message of a sustainable economy
Is what we can convey

Wrong way
Dead-end
Too late
To mend

Doesn't it make you wonder
My fellow plunderers?
We're all going under
My fellow plunderers

Plunderers of the Earth
4. Hyrcanian (3:08)
Noble yet untamed,
A feline known by many names
Bright pelage, cinnamon stripes,
Predominant in size

Caucasus southeast
The Caspian sea,
As far as the Altai –
This is where his race reigned supreme

Hyrcanian – rang a solemn tone
Hyrcanian – until overthrown

The biggest of his kind
Out of sight, not out of mind

Amu-Darya his last retreat,
Then his extinction was complete
Claims of him being sighted still
No-one proves, no-one will

Reckless abandon,
Colonization,
Habitat waning –
All this led to extermination

Hyrcanian – rang a solemn tone
Hyrcanian – until overthrown

The biggest of his kind
Out of sight, not out of mind
5. Altamira (2:42)
Symbol of fertility, ritual of plenty
Life itself is at stake –
That's when the choice is made

Altamira

Inception and preservation,
The highest form of art creation
The universal treasury of spirituality

Altamira

All signs have been given,
Even for the age we live in

With brightness shining, got to let the light in
So that life can evolve
Otherwise it's going to dissolve

Altamira

All signs have been given,
Even for the age we live in

All sings given...
All signs given...

...In Altamira
6. Dog Abuser (2:49)
Animal abuse is prevalent in all areas of the society. Statistics show that reported cases are only the tip of the iceberg. There are thousands of animal cruelty cases that remain unheard of. In media-reported cases, dogs are among the most common victims.

Going home, what's that you see? Wouldn't it make anyone angry?
There's a man... and his hound held on a short leash, kicked around

You read about it every day, you shrug your shoulders and look away
What does it take to make you see that idleness is complicity?

Violence is breaking loose – animal abuse
And now it's on the news – stand accused

You don't have any respect for animals at all
You don't have any respect for life at all

Trembling, whining, bleeding but there's no sign of conceding
On top of this, a cigarette being put out on the dog's back

You read about it every day, you shrug your shoulders and look away
What does it take to make you see that idleness is complicity?

Violence is breaking loose – animal abuse
And now it's on the news – stand accused

Apologies profuse – there's no use
Being a bastard is no excuse – stand accused

Guilty as charged

You read about it every day, you shrug your shoulders and look away –
I won’t stand for you and this society of ignorance and cruelty
That’s able to patiently endure such senseless torture so rest assured
Cries of protest will not be drowned, what goes around always comes around

Violence is breaking loose – animal abuse
And now it's on the news – stand accused

You don't have any respect for animals at all
You don't have any respect for life at all
7. Indirect Genocide (3:57)
The Indians relied upon and hunted the buffalo for thousands of years. It provided them everything they needed. Not the smallest part of it was wasted:

Skin and flesh, sinew and bone... truly gave them all they owned.

Their food, clothing, shelter, the center of their belief –
They could have lived with the bison for eternity

Hold on to pride and tradition
Or else you will face expiration

Then, with the arrival of the white man, started the gradual process of the buffalo massacre that reached full momentum in the 1870s.

Decimated the buffalo, the Indians' spirit crushed also

Sustenance extinguished, indirect genocide
Today as a necessity exemplified

Hold on to pride and tradition
Or else you will face expiration
8. Overfishing / Gone By (2:27)
Coastal waters, estuaries, open seas –
Fishing grounds depleted through centuries
Barely twenty-five percent still intact
Needs increasing, no-one seems to react

Set it out at night, pull it in at dawn
Scoop them up by the ton

No matter how much seafood's sold
The by-catch will be hundredfold
Unrestrained and out of control
Overfishing is taking its toll
What will survive from days of old?
Nothing but slime and water mold
Unrestrained and out of control
Overfishing is taking its toll

Bottom trawlers scraping the ocean bed
Frail habitats crushed and left for dead
Driftnet vessels making their foray
Catching and killing all that gets in their way

No matter how much seafood's sold
The by-catch will be hundredfold
Unrestrained and out of control
Overfishing is taking its toll
What will survive from days of old?
Nothing but slime and water mold
Unrestrained and out of control
Overfishing is taking its toll

Set it out at night, pull it in at dawn
Scoop them up by the ton

What will survive from days of old?
Nothing but slime and water mold
Unrestrained and out of control
Overfishing is taking its toll
Fading at an alarming rate –
All gone by 2048
Unrestrained and out of control
Overfishing is taking its toll
9. The Last One in the Wild (8:04)
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