treason trapping animal hide in the vision of paradise two explains your head deranged
time spun web deluded of life wicked black witch lady localize intelligensia go write a
book to cry in face it lost that look survivals hard enough fading fire climbing higher
time to realize that im on fire patience sun the lord looks over who covers in the
watchtower freeze arm scraping inches the vein blind distracted the worshipping metal
point a scraping hole forever breaking in out temper test bottom so vile faded higher
why you liar




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    General Commentthere are several themes in this song. the first explains man's abuse of nature and animals. the second is man's abuse of language and theory. the third is man's abuse of drugs and how horrible it is. yes, even though Ogre was abusing drugs, he saw how bad it was.... what an incredilbe band. i wish they still wrote songs / albums like "Too Dark Park" nowadays... they are OK in 2007, but they've really lost that "magical" touch with the lyrics and music.
    jejhon December 22, 2007   Link
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    General Commentlove this track
    slevletteon July 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentTotally Fucking Wierded Out
    autoerraticaon September 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhat's he saying between "Faded higher why you liar" and "Faded higher why you liar" at the end of the song? I can only hear for sure: "I don't remember", but I'm not sure what he's saying before that.

    Anyway. I love this song. I love the live Pigface version. It's awesome and has a Punk-rock kind of feel.

    And to stay on topic, I thought this song was about how someone feels and how they think on a bad drug trip or something. But jejh's interpretations were also really spot on. This why I love Skinny Puppy, their songs can have so much meaning to them.
    livingwithalienson May 04, 2011   Link

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