"Outnumbering the Day" as written by and Anders Nystrom....
I've had one desire since I was born
To see my body ripped and torn
To see my flesh devoured before my eyes
I'm here for you I volunteer as a human sacrifice

Carve me up, slice me apart
Suck my guts, lick my heart
Chop me up I like to be hurt
Drink my marrow and blood for dessert
Eaten, my one desire, my only wish is to be
Eaten, the longer I live the more I'm dying to feel the pain
Eaten, I would do anything to be
Eaten, my one desire, my only wish is to be

I finally found you, my personal slaughter
As an appetizer, I let you taste my daughter
Call me sick but this is what I need
My only purpose here is for you to feed

Desecrate me
Tear me limb from limb
Eviscerate me
Chew me to death

Lyrics submitted by Borknagar

"Outnumbering the Day" as written by Anders Nystrom

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    General CommentThe dead walk the Earth's last round
    Outnumbering the day
    All light peels away
    In the flickering sway of the sun's last ray"

    Very poetic and grotesquely evil at the same time
    Ddaduttaon September 24, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"World downfall, the fury and the chaos within
    Ambushment, attack from within the Earth"

    needs to be repeated under "Disastrous dry desert plantations"

    and "At the places it shouldn't be" is "should not"

    Dubmoodon June 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is clearly about the end of the world and mother nature reclaiming what was once hers

    "When the sky turns black and nature's sounds go mute"

    Everythings dead, theres no sun in the sky, everything has ended, even the animals.

    "The world stops turning as time dies
    Outnumbering the day"

    I love this line, the thought of time itself, dying, is very thought provoking, I am still unsure as to what "outnumbering the day" means.
    Gibbonbyteon October 04, 2008   Link

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