"Mystify" as written by Nicholas John Holmes and Gregory John Mackintosh....
Faced with Shame
I accept a will that's long departed
Phased with games
I resent a world I once regarded

But now it seems that changes must be made

Celebrate! Terrify me
Don't mystify your love
Celebrate! Terrify me
Don't mystify your love

Laced with shame
I reject a thrill that's so misguided
Faith in flames
I'm exempt to blame that's so demanded

But now it seems that changes have been made

Celebrate! Terrify me
Don't mystify your love
Celebrate! Terrify me
Don't mystify your love

A simple lie brings you down, in an ordinary way
A simple lie brings you down, in an ordinary way
A simple lie...


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"Mystify" as written by Nicholas John Holmes Gregory John Mackintosh

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    General CommentThe intro sounds just like off an early Korn album. Not a bad song, though
    Lateralus518on December 14, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so captivating. I have to listen to it 5 or 6 times in a row when it comes on.

    My interpretation is that he disregards religion and is talking to his former God. He's experiencing grief for being lied to for so long and calls it a game.

    He accepts the fact that things can't change since so many have been lied to and manipulated, but acknowledges that it's all wrong.

    The final line ('A simple lie brings you down, in an ordinary way') is like stating that one little mistake could undo thousands of years of teachings. I guess it's ordinary to him since it's only happened to him, and not the millions of others who have been lied to.


    I'm probably way off, haha.

    Oh well, I still love this song.
    keykeyx10000on April 23, 2010   Link

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