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Planets Lyrics By Avenged Sevenfold Songs Album: Hail to the King Year: 2013 Godless, meteoric war ​Anger, our existence nevermore ​You awoke the gian

Avenged Sevenfold - Planets
Avenged Sevenfold - Planets


Avenged Sevenfold - Planets Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

Album: Hail to the King
Released: 2013

Planets Lyrics


Godless, meteoric war
†‹Anger, our existence nevermore
†‹You awoke the giants who were dormant in the sky
†‹Comets raining death from a fiery eye

†‹Mother of all, your time is coming
†‹One with eternity
†‹When Planets collide
†‹Planets collide

†‹Damage, galaxy destruct
†‹Endless, celestial a bit corrupt
†‹You will be forgotten like the others lost in time
†‹Deaths symbolization, left behind

†‹Mother of all, your time is coming
One with eternity
When planets collide
Planets collide

Take heed the final march is closing in
†‹You can't defeat them on your own
†‹Weapons are longing for the final stand
†‹And their all aimed at you from heaven

†‹Planets collide
†‹Planets collide
†‹Planets collide
†‹Planets collide

†‹You will be forgotten like the others lost in time
Deaths symbolization, left behind

†‹Mother of all, your time is coming
One with eternity
When planets collide
Planets collide

Writer/s: BRIAN HANER, JONATHAN SEWARD, MATTHEW SANDERS, ZACHARY BAKER
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Planets
  • Lyrically, this song is the precursor to Hail To The King's closing track, "Acid Rain." Guitarist Synyster Gates explained to MusicRadar.com : "It's about a meteoric, intergalactic war that results in an apocalypse and the human species aligning together to go fight something much better than us, our individual trials and tribulations."

    Gates added: "Musically, the song was incredibly difficult to write and pull off – the elements of dissonance, tension and resolution. We wanted to have that friction throughout, but it still had to be palatable; it couldn't be like listening to Penderecki or Stockhausen. There had to be a relatability and connectability to it."
  • Vocalist M.Shadows commented to Kerrang! magazine: "This song is an intergalactic Darth Vader type thing – it's like the Imperial March with horns and a pure metal attack."

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