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One time a different point of view
Some kind of killer
Brought something, something that was new
People blind as they slip right through
Some kind of thriller
Red wraiths in another form of blue

You know it's just beginning
World keeps spinning out of our control
Behold the lights are dimming
And no one seems to know

One time a different point of view
Brought something that was new
People blind as they're slipping through

You know it's just beginning
Worlds keep spinning out of our control
Behold the lights are dimming
And no one seems to know
And time will just keep grinning
Thoughts are spinning out of our control
Behold the lights are dimming

You seem to have somebody
You see them right between the face
In place of a head with scavenger eyes
Beneath the lust of bodies
Find out to end association
In the sewers, in the skies

You know it's just beginning
World keeps spinning out of our control
Behold the lights are dimming

You know it's just beginning
Worlds keep spinning
Out of our control
Behold the lights are dimming
And no one seems to know
And time will just keep grinning
Thoughts are spinning out of our control
Behold the lights are dimming
And no one seems to know

Out of our control
Behold the lights are dimming



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Asura song meanings
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    General CommentAsura's are power seeking deities of Vedic religion. Some people, such as George Bush (all), Castro, Bin Laden, Hitler... seem to mimic these deities. There will always be power hungry son's of bitches like this.

    Another perspective is that it's good to seek power through knowledge, and one should make themselves as the Asura were, always seeking this power.
    goLDeNsiLVeRon August 28, 2007   Link

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