It’s getting colder
I often wonder how much longer
I can keep this up
But glory fades
And so do I
The virus eats
Because you’re mine
The tablet breaks
Release my soul
She’s wide awake
Check the body before it gets cold

With these scraps of flesh I’ll make a telegram
I’ll send you roses and a wooden spike
Let the minions eat there is no stopping them
With these sharpened teeth just one last kiss goodbye

You’re shaking like a first time skin-flick
Lips are blue and black, now they match your heart
Hands are twisted, old and withered
My soul goes to the highest bidder

Glory fades
So do I
The minions eat
Because you’re mine
The tablet breaks
It never stops
I have no soul
But money talks x3

Something’s happened
We’ve got to warn them
Quarantine and stop this while you can
Tell my parents that I love them

Lyrics submitted by killstar

Sincerely Yours, Jonathan Harker song meanings
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    That part's so disturbing.
    killstaron September 21, 2005   Link
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    General Commentya i love the atmosphere this band is able to feel like youre in the middle of a horror movie..but after awhile you start to see how beautiful it is as well as disturbing
    dano_smithoon January 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's talking about the movie Dracula! Jonathan Harker was the main character (aside from Dracula.) and most of this song comes from lines in the letters he writes, which he all signs "Sincerely yours, jonathan Harker."

    And the stuff about the wooden spikes kinda gives it away too.
    DuckOfLuck72on September 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe references to the BOOK 'Dracula' are obvious but there seems to be more going on here than I can discern.
    DuckOfLuck needs a slap, though. 'the movie Dracula'... good lord.
    dew724on May 30, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit's "the virus eats" not "minion eat"
    formaldehydeKATon October 27, 2009   Link

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