Reminiscent screams
Like womb dreams
From ridding yourself
Of your own existence

The pendulum it sways
Like an empty noose
Still your thoughts compress
And you weep and sigh... inside

Adolescent
Naivety
It spawned my
Optimism

Whose head you wore
On your coat of arms
You're the champion
Of my bleeding heart.

When you're shrouded in baptismal brine
For the dawning of the great rebirth.
Don't forget your name when your numbers called
Or you may end up causing the end of us all.


Whose head you wore
On your coat of arms
You're the champion
Of my bleeding heart.


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    General Commentperhaps something to do with war?
    XtheXpovertyXfoldXon April 08, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about the Salem witch trials. He talks about swinging nooses, the witches were hung during the Salem witch trials. He says, Adolescent naivete, the witches were condemed by children. He talks about baptism and the great rebirth. The Puritans condemed the "witches" so it goes together. He says, "Don't forget your name when your numbers called" meaning that you will someday be judged as well for your sins. Meaning the judges and children will pay for condeming the "witches".
    mattd23on April 13, 2005   Link

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