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'''Eternal''' is eleventh and last track on [[Origin]]. It is an instrumental song. {{Song Infobox|title = Eternal|artist = Evanescence|released = 2000|type = Alternative rock|span = 7:22|image = Origin.jpg}}
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'''Eternal''' is eleventh and last track on [[Origin]]. It is an instrumental song. {{Song Infobox|title = Eternal|artist = Evanescence|released = 2000|type = Alternative rock|span = 7:22|image = [[File:Origin.jpg|middle|300px]]}}
   
 
There are two versions of this song, with alternate endings. The ending of the version on the album is called [[Demise (song)|Demise]] and can be best described as a much slower version of the instrumental loop in [[Field Of Innocence (song)|Field Of Innocence]]. The second version replaces Demise with [[Listen To The Rain (song)|Listen to the Rain]], a song Amy composed for her school choir.
 
There are two versions of this song, with alternate endings. The ending of the version on the album is called [[Demise (song)|Demise]] and can be best described as a much slower version of the instrumental loop in [[Field Of Innocence (song)|Field Of Innocence]]. The second version replaces Demise with [[Listen To The Rain (song)|Listen to the Rain]], a song Amy composed for her school choir.

Revision as of 08:04, October 16, 2015

Eternal is eleventh and last track on Origin. It is an instrumental song.

Eternal
Song


There are two versions of this song, with alternate endings. The ending of the version on the album is called Demise and can be best described as a much slower version of the instrumental loop in Field Of Innocence. The second version replaces Demise with Listen to the Rain, a song Amy composed for her school choir.

Trivia

Evanescence - Origin - Eternal

Evanescence - Origin - Eternal

  • Eternal is one of the very few songs by Evanescence that contains no lyrics.
  • Additionally, it is also one of their longest songs, running up to 7:22.
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