"Holy Deception" as written by Steven Kenneth Asheim, Glen Michael Benton, Brian Hoffman and Eric Hoffman....
Time has imprisoned on my soul
Religion in the path of what compels me
Lies instrument the holy hate
Deceiving of the weak in faith intention
Suffering with no reason and nodoubt
Pertruding on the lines of persecution
Vomit on the holy man never before your saviour

Brain dead victims of the holy
Preach your holy lies
Laugh at divinations and we all will be dead
Inscripted is you who will die
Hypocratic bible puncher
Perish from thisland
Faithinized victims of the kingdom of hatred
Infecting this world with their plan

Before none I shall confess
From a far nor heaven sent
Cursed are the lambs of god

Brain dead victims of the holy
Preach your holy lies
Laugh at divinations and we all will be dead

Inscripted is you who will die
Hypocratic bible puncher
Perish from thisland
Faithinized victims of the kingdom of hatred
Infecting this world with their plan

Time has imprisoned on my soul
Religion in the path of what compels me
Lies instrument the holy hate
Deceiving of the weak in faith intention
Suffering with no reason and no doubt
Pertruding on the lines of persecution
Vomit on the holy man never before your saviour


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"Holy Deception" as written by Eric Hoffman Brian Hoffman

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    Song MeaningIn this, the sixth libretto from the "Legion" Operetta, the conductor guides us through a personal journey as he takes a critical eye to the merits of commonly held spiritual belief systems, and paints a vivid inner conflict; that of an unlikely hero trying to negotiate his own internal struggles while unnamed forces attempt to deceive him with an agenda of piety.

    In the first and last movements, the conductor employs free verse to systematically reveal examples of malfeasance that belie the austere claims of his adversary, as he shines a light on both cause and effect, culminating with a stern defiance of established protocol.

    In the second and fourth movements, the author addresses his adversaries and their followers directly, and with escalated criticism. The listener is guided through a lens of hypocrisy, as the author exposes ulterior motives while expressing objection.

    The author's reflective prose is bifurcated at the third stanza; an affirmation of the author's unwillingness to concede to his adversary, and a strongly-worded assertion, calling his their motivations into question.
    mark113280on June 15, 2015   Link

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