"Death of me" as written by Joseph Duplantier, Mario Duplantier and Christian Andreu....
A giant bright eagle has come
On me and taken away my universe
I find myself in trouble now
I put my soul in irresponsible hands

Exhausted I no longer try to reveal myself
And I no longer want to free my soul
But I must not forget all what I did for us
This way I feel myself irreplaceable

You had finally come to death
And you will never come to life again
Burn ego's black reality
Bring on the light I want to see your face

I feel the end is near for me my world goodbye
People of the dead, I join you
In this confusion I don't even recall my name
There is something inside I want to reveal

I feel like I'm a part of this
And this a part of me
I know one must have confidence
I will overcome

From now on I'm "this", and not "me"
I feel like I'm rising from the dead
From up here I see my inner world is dying
I'll overcome my pain


Lyrics submitted by JudoRanz, edited by emberobin

"Death of Me" as written by Joseph Duplantier Christian Andreu

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    General Comment'i put myself in irresponsible (human) hands.'
    at one time he was enlightened but he couldnt help put himself in human hands.
    'exhausted I no longer try to reveal myself'
    and emotional exhaustion, probably from the stresses of approaching the end of life he lost his goal to free his soul and free himself from worldy desires and suffering. In the next verse he admits his closeness to death and that no matter how important anyone is they will face death. 'Burn ego's black reality'
    He is forced to face death and he loses his individual pride and realizes that he is a part of the whole. Of nature, of the life process.
    In this way he feels raised from the dead because he is no longer bound by fear of death. He is freed from it.

    The title 'death of me' could behis literal process of facing his iminent death or it could be a metaphor for the death of his old worldly view for his new enlightened philosophy.
    Exoteric146on July 08, 2010   Link

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