"Satan is a lawyer" as written by Christian Andreu, Joseph Duplantier and Mario Duplantier....
Lawyer talks, he's so correct, he is respect
He learned how to make you feel safe
And kill you with a smile
And the food so fast, the hair so clean
The moon so far, fire so weak

All those words flying in the air
Cannot see the stars
Images, colors, like wrong perfection
Wash my brain, dirty it's so clean
But who are you?
The mixture has no smell

Soon you will sit on the bench
Of those who deny I have my soul
You sell a dream you create
Condemned by what you condemned before
Smooth are the words you sing down and high
Underground is your joy your laws
Satan is a lawyer
You choose the appeerance of the futile
Trapped, a coner stops your back, you're out
Before you grow you will die...

Lyrics submitted by JudoRanz, edited by sokorny

"Satan Is a Lawyer" as written by Joseph Duplantier Christian Andreu


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    General CommentGreat song. I think it's true to Satan probably is a lawyer. It's like what you see in shows Satan comes to you disguised as something else offering you comfort. He is usually well kept and clean and seems like a good person, like a lawyer. Soon you will regret it, you will sit there on that bench in hell because you sold your soul.
    itsthatoneguyon May 23, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think this song is about going to heavens like going to court.
    And Satans the Lawyer who could Stop you from going.
    the doors658on May 26, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti agree with bothaya...but since when was Gojira catholic?
    rtfk101on November 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe lyrics-writer said that he just believes in some sort of God. Reminded me of pantheism. He says he's interested in metaphysics, believes in afterlife, etc., you know... ;)
    Edboyon January 26, 2009   Link

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