"Made Of Storm" as written by and Pedro Paixao Sergio Crestana....
I am the flood
who drags the dirt
and lives on it
She is the soil
with whom I flirt
and rots with it
I am the flood
who purifies
I guess she calls Me
the Lord of Lies

when I'm inside her
feels like she is
made of Storm

I am the flood
who likes the dirt
and sleeps with it
she is the soil
with whom I flirt
she rots within
I am the flood
who purifies
She does not know
she's fucking with
the Lord of Lies

when I'm inside her
feels like she is
made of Storm


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"Made of Storm" as written by Pedro Paixao Fernando Ribeiro

Lyrics © MEMORY LANE MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentSEX?? i think so

    oh and your missing two lines
    KDon March 10, 2006   Link
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    General Comment... i've percieved this song as a nice way to compliment a female.

    but the most beautiful lines are "She doesn't know she's fucking with the Lord of Lies"...

    Firstly, the rapture between the poetry usually found in the lyrics of Moonspell (Fernando once stated he wants the lyrics to be able to have full meaning and musicality even without music, "to stand for themselves"... and he does a great job, in my oppinion!) and the somehow oppulence of the "obscenity" - it's not like the wasn't ever used before, but it's a spurprize to find it in a song as such, and an even greater surprize to see it only enriches it.

    And secondly, what first appears as a conclusion, gathers new meaning - this female is making love with no other than Lucifer; he is the Lord of Lies. And that makes me percieve her as no other than Lilith... and to consider the Lucifer&Lilith theme recurrent in Moonspell Lyrics.
    ereshkigalon October 03, 2008   Link

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