"The Great Commandment" as written by Marcus Meyn, Oliver Kreyssig and Heiko Maile....
Some people suppress you
They partch you
And reap a disaster
Reeducation for the enfants
Who demanded for an innocent instance

The great commandment
Shows the contempt
Between the world and their
Embarrassing pavement
Believe the scholars
Read the readings
Realize the man who says anything
The great commandment

The needies believe you
They treat you
Like survivors of a disaster
Reeducation for the enfants
Who demanded for an innocent instance
The great commandment


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"The Great Commandment" as written by Marcus Meyn Heiko Maile

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    General CommentI think that the song is referring to The Great Commission found in Matthew 28:16-20, in which Christ commands His disciples to spread the Gospel. The Gospel is something that the promises good to the poor and offers value to suffering lives, making it something that many in need really do believe. People that suppress it really do reap disaster (in the afterlife). According to the widespread but not universal Christian doctrine of original sin, infants are not innocent, contrary to non-Christian popular belief. Hence one might say that people with this attitude are "reeducated."

    Incidentally, the lyrics above contain a type. "Enfants" should be "infants."
    Christiangothon July 03, 2008   Link
  • -1
    General CommentJust a guess but I think this song is about people that try to suppress scientific findings for their own benefit (for example, global warming)
    Gimodonon January 13, 2007   Link

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