The 92nd flight

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Flying south over a desert land
Low on gas finding nowhere to land
By my side hangs a picture frame
Of my wife burning in the flames
I am crashing down, fire all around
But i’m still alive
Hear my plane blowing up on the ground
Deafened up i can still hear a sound

As i lie in the darkness i can hear a voice
It’s calling, it’s calling, i hear it calling out my name

You gave me the will to carry on
In this struggle to survive
You were keeping me alive
And now I need your voice to guide me home
Point the way just like an arrow
Where it shows it shall be my road

Travelling east through the mountains and the plains
Where it snows, where it hails and where it rains
Walking on through some foreign everglades
Frozen winds cut through me like razor-blades
If i die today they must know where my body lays
I carve my name upon a stone


In the darkness i can hear a voice
It’s calling, it’s calling, I hear it calling out my name
You gave me the will to carry on
In this struggle to survive you were keeping me alive
And now I need your voice to guide me home
Point the way just like an arrow
Where it shows it shall be my road

What is to become of us ?
And if i make it though today tomorrow we shall see

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from The way things end, released April 18, 2011

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AKIN Lyon, France

Formed back in 1998 in Lyon, AKIN signed up with Sacral Productions to release "Verse" (2001) and then "Forecast" (EP-2003). Both CD's were reviewed in the french metal press as being part of the top albums of the year of their release.

After a long off-peak period, AKIN got back to work in 2009 with a string quartet at its side and is now proud to present its second LP, "The way things end".
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