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General Comment i love this song To me this song is like Everybody's fool. Flag everybodysfool4ever on May 22, General Comment does n-e 1 know how to add lyrics to his site?
General Comment i think this song is about broken relationship or a deep friendship broken. Rate These Lyrics. Log in now to add this track to your mixtape! We do not have any tags for Where Will You Go? Why not add your own? Log in to add a tag. I can hear you when you whisper But you can't even hear me screaming And where will you go With no one left to save you from yourself? You can't escape the truth I realize you're afraid But you can't reject the whole world You can't escape You won't escape You can't escape You don't want to escape.
From The Evanescence Reference. Jump to: navigation , search. Evanescence Sound Asleep Mystary. Anywhere but Home Synthesis Live. Lost Whispers. The jewel case has a gothic red design with a speckled face on the back along with the track listing. The inside tray artwork has an image of the band the one from the booklet in Fallen. The cover has a skull design that is similar to the actual album released by the band.
The most noticeable difference is the Evanescence Logo , which is pointy and unlike any design officially released by the band. This fake re-release was the first one of many more to come, originating from countries such as Russia, Hong Kong and the United States. Recently, bootlegs are now becoming harder and harder to distinguish from the real thing. The authentic artwork, distinctive CD numbers and tracklisting—right down to the hidden outtake track — are all present and in apparently extremely good quality.
There is some speculation that someone from Bigwig Enterprises is producing these items because of their immaculate authenticity, but this cannot be verified. Either way, these bootlegs are saturating the online auction market and making it nearly impossible to acquire a real copy of the album. Despite the several different releases found in database websites like Discogs and Rate Your Music , there were only TWO true pressings of the authentic Origin.
The first batch was delivered October a few days before its release date and the second batch was ordered in January All copies were sealed by the manufacturer. Each batch has its own set of 2 IFPI codes, which can be used, ultimately, as an actual proof of its authenticity or not in case one is trying to verify it. All other Origin releases available which don't own all these features should be considered bootlegs. Rumours of pre-releases, promotional releases and UK releases have once been spread but they were proven to be misleading.
Having a reasonably limited first pressing, Origin is highly sought-after by collectors and fans of the band. However, the longer it has been since its release date, the harder it has become to come across an authentic CD from the true first pressing. Apart from the same old pieces of advice anyone could receive doubt groundbreaking bargains and sellers without reputation or decent and proper feedback , when faced with an online opportunity to buy an Origin CD, the buyer should always keep an eye on some specifics which might help determine the authenticity of the item:.
Also, beware of "signed items". Autographs don't legitimate anything, regardless of having or not "Certificates of Authenticity" or pictures showing when they were taken. The band is probably used to signing Origin copies when they go on tour offered by fans, regardless of being true or bootleg CDs.Filename C:\Music\Evanescence – Origin\ Evanescence – My bluegrass.chartgenie.netinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Track quality % Test CRC 2ABB Copy CRC 2ABB Copy OK. Track 5 Filename C:\Music\Evanescence – Origin\ Evanescence – Where Will You bluegrass.chartgenie.netinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Track quality