Stand behind me
and above me
with voices plaguing
my deepest thoughts
And the visions
they keep coming
I keep hearing
my angel fall

in a dream
without a future
without a breath
to take away
and my resolve;
a higher being
with wings of ash
and eyes of fire

Don't blame me, I'm just the messenger
I don't know what this message means
Don't blame me, I'm just the messenger
I'm just the messenger don't blame me

As things will happen in this life
with no resolution,
the duality in men
requires constitution.
for the shame of hatred spent
might endure your sorrows
if your higher self is shackled
by your binary soul

[Spoken; transcribed] God is beyond concept in so much as all elements by which concepts can be proclaimed are incapable of describing principles beyond their spectrum. We as cognitive entites are incapable of thinking beyond the inherent limitations of our current evolution. Our minds are the most complex matter which we are capable of understanding.

creation's flaw;
the angels fell
without his grace
to light our path
I am the mirror
I am the destiny
I am the herald
who points the way

Don't blame me, I'm just the messenger
I don't know what this message means
Don't blame me, I'm just the messenger
I'm just the messenger don't blame me

As things will happen in this life
with no resolution,
the duality in men
requires constitution.
for the shame of hatred spent
might endure your sorrows
if your higher self is shackled
by your binary soul

[Spoken; transcribed] There are no absolutes within the spectrum of truth simply because the limitations of our language do not allow for statements of precision to exist with hypothetical vulnerability. Logic is not flawless, it exists simply within the set boundaries in our physical world. There is in essence both in-sight and blindness alike within the observation.

The wounds I bear
have left me humbled
once a child of divinity,
but if my breathing
days be numbered,
will I bring this victory?

Don't blame me, I'm just the messenger
I don't know what this message means
Don't blame me, I'm just the messenger
I'm just the messenger don't blame me

As things will happen in this life
with no resolution,
the duality in men
requires constitution.
for the shame of hatred spent
might endure your sorrows
if your higher self is shackled
by your binary soul


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    General CommentThis sontg is about God and his Hevenly Hosts, Angels. He has recived a message, on the fixing of the dual sprits of men. He still doesn't understand it, but he's saying God works in Mysterious ways. We all need to bound the darker, hate-filled soul to the shackles of Heaven. Everything eventually equals out, Ying and Yang... This song sums up all the Christian beliefs...
    Wonderfully done! I love this song.
    HearMeWhisperon November 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentActually, Hear, I think you're pretty damn close to the meaning, at least to me. That sounds pretty close.

    This song has to be one of the best on Wishfire. I love the fast beat, especially furing the chorus.
    ChemicalDeathon April 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentExcept Christians don't really believe in the Duality of any spirit. Good and Evil are two separate things in Christianity, mainstream Judaism, and Islam.

    I think it's Kabbalah, however, that believes in dual spirits.
    michinobu_zonedon May 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOkay, I understand this perfectly.

    The "messenger" refers to Jesus. Christians consider Him both fully human and fully devine, ergo the "binary soul" of "I." Also, humans have both evil and good in their souls, thus, the binary nature of human's souls.

    The lyrics present the idea that even Jesus did not fully understand what God's message and purpose was while he was fully human (i.e. while he was on Earth with us) because he is limited just as we are by our nature. Also, the lyrics state that "The wounds I bear/have left me humbled/once a child of divinity." Obviously this refers to his crucifixion.


    starwandereron October 07, 2009   Link

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