To see the interior of a dark coffin
What is it like to be inside dead..?
Is there something I might perceive,
Or is it just infinity...?
Viley maggots swarm within stale pus,
Accelerating rate of putridity...
Thought patterns preserved in energetic form
Or is it lost, lost in infinity...? ...Fierce...

Is there something that I might live,
Or is it all lost in nothingness...?

Weakened tissue starts rapidly to degrade
Under progressive foulness, former vital organs
Are replaced by a clumb of corpse tumors
Is that what expects us in the deep -
Just corpse tumors...?

[Solo: "Hymn for an angel"]

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    General Commentthis song has the greatest guitar solo in the history of everything.
    Disposition_987on January 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYeah, the solo is unreal.
    Eliminationon April 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDespite what you might think from the title, the lyrics does ask some deep philosophical questions. How does it feel to be dead? Is it felt at all? Can you think, or is thought lost with your life?

    And yes, the solo is awesome.
    Varulfon July 22, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwell the solo, like all the others, is sweeping, its sick, but anyone can do it in time, necrophagist doesnt say much, but when they will make you shit your pants, melt your face, and eat your shit
    Deathnecrophagiston April 30, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think when your body dies your spirit is then released into a vacume like tunnel ascending upward into a spiritual holding place.I think once your body dies you do not feel as you would with your natural human senses, but instead with spiritual atributes.
    internetuserpersonon November 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhat a solo... "Hymn for an angel"... Yes, indeed, it is!
    DreamingInTheÆtheron December 12, 2007   Link

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