"Dimera" as written by and Blythe/morton/campbell/adler/spear....
With just a flick of the opal banded finger I will throw you into a
Concentric mental decline
I control your elation
I control your depression
I take as I wish memory, clothed in a raiment noir

(I take you Under my black wing)

I take you under my dark wing and nurture you in hate
To dwell forever in a Maison Blanche
Purity through corruption, who am I to
Blame when your basest instincts are realized?


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    General CommentA Dimera is a classification of insects...
    I think it's about killing bugs.
    m333333on April 06, 2007   Link
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    Song Meaningkilling bugs in a more figurative sense.

    after looking up the significance of opal, it's a substance given as a gift "as a symbol of hope, happiness and truth." The narrator is a recipient of such a gift, so I would think of the narrator as a significant other to the person he's addressing. The narrator looks to destroy mentally the target of this song:
    "I will throw you into a concentric mental decline." - literal interpretation
    "I control your elation, I control your depression. I take as I wish memory, clothed in a raiment noir." - This person is using the trust of the target to control their emotions. Raiment noir, best guess I can give means dark clothing, and could go further to mean their life clothed in a dark, bleak condition.

    "I take you under my dark wing and nurture you in hate to dwell forever in a Maison Blanche." - Still continuing the concept of malicious controlling, nurture in hate, etc.. Maison Blanche confused me, I couldn't find anything about this term other than it was a department store and a former town in Algeria. I assume it has some dark connection that I was unable to find, if anyone can enlighten me on it's significance.

    "Purity through corruption, who am I to blame when your basest instincts are realized?" - The target's eyes are opened after all this mental abuse, and lashes out due to "instincts" of retaliation, or maybe goes overall insane, not just specifically at the narrator. The narrator knows he/she is responsible for this breaking point and what the target has become.
    l2lvll3on February 17, 2009   Link

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