Pedalling through
The dark currents
I find
An accurate copy
A blueprint
Of the pleasure
In me

Swirling black lilies totally ripe
A secret code carved
Swirling black lilies totally ripe
A secret code carved

He offers
A handshake
Crooked
Five fingers
They form a pattern
Yet to be matched

On the surface simplicity
But the darkest pit in me
It's pagan poetry
Pagan poetry

Morsecoding signals (signals)
They pulsate (wake me up) and wake me up
(pulsate) from my hibernating

On the surface simplicity
Swirling black lilies totally ripe
But the darkest pit in me
It's pagan poetry
Swirling black lilies totally ripe
Pagan poetry

Swirling black lilies totally ripe

I love him, I love him
I love him, I love him
I love him, I love him
I love him, I love him
She loves him, she loves him

This time
She loves him, she loves him
I'm gonna keep it to myself
She loves him, she loves him
She loves him, she loves him
This time
I'm gonna keep me all to myself
She loves him, she loves him
And he makes me want to hurt myself again
She loves him, she loves him
She loves him, she loves him
And he makes my want to hand myself over


Lyrics submitted by vance454, edited by FateMyChoose

Pagan Poetry (Bjork cover) song meanings
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    General CommentYou don't happen to have the FSF cover of this do you?
    JMilon April 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe song will be available on FSF's final release, "The Final Curtain". Out 4/3/07
    vance454on March 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentChristians bashing Pagans. Nothing has changed.
    collegeguy666on March 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentFirst off, it's a Bjork cover. Second off, read the lyrics, it hasn't nothing to do with "bashing pagans". Oh, the anti-Christian accusations. Nothing has changed.
    TheHorseDontCareon July 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWell I don't recall atheists waging war on christians. However, for thousands of years (and still to this day) christians like to kill non-believers. Love and compassion? Like sending non-believers to burn in hell.

    I come to bring not peace but a sword. The words of jesus that justify christian violence.
    collegeguy666on July 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentActually, before you go tossing verses around like you know stuff, Jesus meant that his arrival would cause controversy instead of being accepted by everyone mutually. Sort of like when he said “If you tear down this temple, I will rebuild it in three days.” He didn't mean the actual temple on the mount, he meant himself. Or are you incapable of understanding metaphors?
    WakeToLifeon July 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYou mean, BELIEVE IN MY GOD OR BURN IN HELL?!

    What love from a christian Taliban. Believe and obey my god or else! "god" loves you and if you don't believe in him, you'll burn in hell.

    Isn't he loving? Join your Klan brethren.
    collegeguy666on July 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOr perhaps wait for the rapture for jesus to come back and kill all the unbelievers. So much hate, yet pretending to be compassionate. As bad as any other religious fanatic.
    collegeguy666on July 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYou've got issues dude. I'm a Christian, and I have never killed or attempted to kill anyone just because they believe differently from me. Nor do any other Christians I know. In fact, maybe you're forgetting all of the Christians during Paul's time that were persecuted? Oh that's different of course because that goes against what you've come to believe. Or maybe you haven't been watching the news where Muslums have been attacking Christians and Americans? That's right, believe what you want to believe and close your eyes to everything else. Like I said, typical anti-Christian accusations. Nothing has changed.
    TheHorseDontCareon August 29, 2007   Link

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