Bad Religion - New Dark Ages Lyrics

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Yeah, can you hear the call in our rambling land susurrations
That can expand beyond all hope of light and plunge us into unrelenting night?

A pall on truth and reason
It feels like hunting season
So avoid those lines of sight and we'll set this right

[Chorus:]
Welcome to the new Dark Ages
Yeah, I hope you're living right
These are the new Dark Ages
And the world might end tonight

Now come ye children one and all - let's heed Ezekiel's call
And bide until the word is good and ripe and get plucked clean out of sight

The world will be erased
Our kin will be immaculate ejaculate in space before the King of King's love
He'll snatch us from above
Brothers, help me sing it

[Chorus]

So, how do you sleep?
There's nothing to keep
This is deep

Because we're animals with golden rules
Who, who can't be moved by rational views, yeah

Welcome to the new Dark Ages
I hope you're living right
Welcome to the new Dark Ages
Say it again, yeah
These are the new Dark Ages
I hope you're living right
Welcome to the new Dark Ages
And the world might end tonight
Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 52 Seconds
  • 2 Heroes & Martyrs
  • 3 Germs of Perfection
  • 4 New Dark Ages
  • 5 Requiem for Dissent
  • 6 Before You Die
  • 7 Honest Goodbye
  • 8 Dearly Beloved
  • 9 Grains of Wrath
  • 10 Murder
  • 11 Scrutiny
  • 12 Prodigal Son
  • 13 The Grand Delusion
  • 14 Lost Pilgrim
  • 15 Submission Complete
  • 16 Fields of Mars
  • 17 Sorrow (acoustic)
  • 18 God Song (acoustic)


  • Credits
    publisher: ©Peermusic Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
    writers: Brett W. Gurewitz, Greg Graffin
    album: Track 4 in album New Maps of Hell
    release date: 2007-7-4
    popularity : 105 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock
    styles: Alternative Rock/Punk
    length: 2:48
    composer: Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz
    lyricist: Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz
    Album Information
    label: Epitaph
    country(area): Japan
    format: CD
    barcode: 4547366031171
    script: Latin