Thirteen gather on a moonless night
The morning star is burning bright

Doom-mantia

Followers, they sing and dance
The pipes of Pan have weaved a trance

Dressed in black
No turning back

Doom-mantia


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    General CommentThirteen is the traditional number of members in a coven. So it is about a coven gathering to worship something like satan (morning star) or "the old ones" (EW lyrics are influenced by old horror stories written by H.P. Lovecraft or similar).
    Pan is a greek satyr-like pagan god who watches over shepherds and their flocks. Christianity has associated this "horned god" with satan, attempting to suppress its worship. This might have some links to the old horror stories too (which explains how these stoners know about it).
    Great song!
    luuon April 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIm high right now and this song does feel like Dementia. The way the vocals are done are entrancing. Great way to trip out.
    metallicaman_5000on April 16, 2009   Link

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