Written in stone
Meanings of "Written in stone"
Used to emphasize that something is fixed and unchangeable. (ref. Oxford Dictionary)
"Written in stone" in lyrics
and on the barricades: thoughts and ideas
that the most necessary is possible. Like liberty and equality
that nothing is really impossible and written in stone
It's a progress: "Enough with cowardice"
The future meant for us is written in stone. There’s nothing we can do about it now.
I lie in bed, furious, as I try to get some sleep within the gray twinkle of this smoke-stained room.
An announcer dressed head to toe in black appeared on the TV I’d left switched on.
The guest brought on for today’s episode said, “There’s no future left for us anymore.”
I will hide in the book you've read
I'll be there in what you think you've learned
life is more than what any text tells you<fn>life is more than what can be found in the pages of a book, life isn't written in stone.</fn>
you'll know someday when you find yourself alone and sad.
Right before I get in my zone, I sit in my throne
Then I lounge, one foot pivot while I'm spitting my poems
My poetry so vivid it was written in stone
They say Priest is some sort of mystic
So we climbed this mountain just to stay alive
You see, we knew that up here, Smallfoot cannot survive
So it was here the first law was written in stone
It was named and proclaimed as a truth to be known