Wrestled on its back
The ego showed its face
Charged up, receiving
Came out knowing

Hopeless intrusion
Where nothing can be found
Strewn, the seeds were wasted
On the innocents in awe

Fruitless connection
In the ripeness of his age
Drawn and thrust in anger
The dagger once again will fail

The ego drama unfolds

Hopeless intrusion
Where nothing can be found
Strewn, the seeds were wasted
On the innocents in awe

It's over
It's over
If nothing comes along
It's over
It's over
For you

So in denial stand
Where shame is not
And unto others fall
The blame, the guilt, the others fault
Come on now
Scratch and claw with all your strength
Take on the wildest bull in the horde
Come burn them finger fast
And take back what they owe
Return the safety where there was none

Hopeless intrusion
Where nothing can be found
Strewn, the seeds were wasted
On the innocents in awe

Fruitless connection
In the ripeness of his age
Drawn and thrust in anger
The dagger once again will fail


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Ego Drama song meanings
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    General CommentAs in other "Haven" album songs, this is about the personal struggles that pains the author. It's a insightful person, not very sociable and he doesn't like "intrusions" by other people. The proud ego fights against the views, the blast by other people.
    This is the portrait I imagine when hear this beautiful, atmosferic song
    dankeyon September 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about how the metal god MIKAEL STANNE can not enpregnant or fertilise his partner, "fruitless inconnection" as if the sexual relationship cannot produce the offspring. "dagger once again will fail" dagger is to represent..... well u know what, it isnt capable of making the woman pregnant so to speak,

    wait and u will see, MIKAEL will not have the son, or the daughter what so ever, and the genuine gens shall die with him, I just hope, MIKAEL wont go to hell
    draggonn13on July 25, 2011   Link

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