"The Loosing of the Shadow" as written by and Huffman Gajadhar....
How could you understand?
The way I feel about god...
How could you understand?
Anything, about me at all...?
I am the wind, singing a sad song
I am a volcano, and i'll hurt you all
My pride, ripped a hole in the world that set loose...
A shadow!
How could you understand?
The way I feel about god
How could you understand....anything, about me at all?
I am the wind, singing a sad song
I am a volcano, and i'll hurt you all
Billows and billows
Watch the smoke rise
I sail, to jaws of the dragon
A beast before me
A shadow, behind me and the only certainty
They'll hurt you all


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    General CommentI love this song but it reminds me so much of other gatsby song, uh I forgot the name. Cant wait for the new album!
    lol is a lieon February 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI'm guessing that the title and some of the lyrics are a alluding to A Wizard of Earthsea. It’s a really good fantasy novel that got made into a really bad Sci-Fi channel movie
    Levi_GTon February 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIm new at this, but this song reminds me of The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan.

    "Im a volcanoe Ill hurt you all"
    The protagonist of the seires, known as the Dragon(which is alos mentioned in the song), is prophisied to save the world yet break it, and his greatest fear is hurting the people he loves.

    "My pride, ripped a hole in the world that set loose...a shadow"
    The evil in the series is referred to as the shadow, and Shaitan, the evil entity in the series is burning a hole in his prison to escape. The protganist is also very prideful.

    "I sail, to the jaws of the dragon"
    Like a sadi above, the protangonist of the series is the Dragon Reborn or the Dragon.
    Atheist Punkon February 12, 2007   Link

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