"Kingdom" as written by and Devin Garrett Townsend....
I, I wonder why, I wonder
Why I've come undone, I've come undone
(If you want to stay with me, Lord, play with me)
Okay, I know I missed it
The point I mean, I missed it so (so could I know)
And if I could (could change it) good God I would
Stay with me, Load (play with me)

Now I've seen the way it's headed
Down and down, the truth descended
Have it here and without worry
Baby please, there is no hurry

I'm fine, stay with me, Lord
Play with me, stay with me, Lord
Play with me

Ego, it's only a soul

We are the word, we are the hope
We are so happy to sing a song along

Now I see the way I'm headed
Down and down, the youth descended
Hell is here, but it hath no fury
Like this woman still, there is no worry
I'm fine

Stay with me, Lord, play with me
Stay with me, Lord, play with me
Stay with me, Lord, play with me
Stay with me, Lord, play with me


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"Kingdom" as written by Devin Garrett Townsend

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    General CommentIt sounds like a man who has done wrong to his wife, and he sees the error of his ways and is trying to mend things.
    Anilandon February 27, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIn the Physicist audio commentary, Devin talked about how it was the first real "love song" he's ever written. I think it's about the wonderful / confusing frenzy of falling in deep with someone amazing.
    Ampulex_Compressaon June 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt sure is nice.
    Anilandon January 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe Physicist version is about an apology to a loved one. The Epicloud version is more of an affirmation of the relationship to the loved one. From Epicloud commentary, by Devin himself.
    Wardraculaon April 17, 2013   Link

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