"Fata Morgana" as written by and John Arch Jim Matheos....
Morrigan you come again
Morgan La Fay, raven on my sill of frost
far away from the sea of the setting sun
Island of fire and albatross
Taught so well magic merlin the wizard
Maiden of beauty dressed in rainbow
Come to me
Damon girl daughter of saul queen of the
under world . . . she'll have us all
Damon girl foul temptress of lust
Peasants to kings your heart surely turn to dust
Damian she's the mortal of man
Lives in your dreams in darkness, reaches out her hand
Come to me
Fata Morgana . . . She will take you
Hungry scarred harlot hunting another heart
Morrigan fallen angel queen of magic
Kneeling at the widows altar, temptress
of my . . .
She's the widow of my dreams
Far beyond the realm of dream, your wildest dream
Ascend to the plane, an imaginary game to play
Past the golden pillars of the lore to Lemuria
Imagine your queen . . .
take her she's yours
Damian upon her throne mirrored mirage
of your desire
Of my desire
Passion slave, her life I gave
Jump into her fire


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"Fata Morgana" as written by John Arch Jim Matheos

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    General CommentHas to do with Morgan La Fay from the story of King Arthur.
    Anilandon April 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis seems to be about a temptress coming from hell, veiled as a "Maiden of Beauty dressed in Rainbow." Albatross is used as a great burden, as well as a bird, so this would make sense (Isle of fire and albatross).

    Lemuria is the name of the possible sunken continent, which is also known as Mu or Ry'leh. In the Cthulu Mythos, Ry'leh was where Cthulu, one of the 'Great Old Ones,' was buried. He was supposed to have a cult, and Cthulu is also used to describe a great evil, like the devil. This fits because lemuria is put as a place "Past the golden pillars of the lore to Lemuria."

    However, Lemuria was also a festival that the Romans used to exorcise demons or ghosts from their homes. This fits the rest of the song better, but it seems to not fit the context of the lyrics. If it does fit, it's a bit of a stretch.
    deadgearsrisingon April 26, 2008   Link
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    My OpinionAmazing song :->
    Guardian85on July 01, 2009   Link

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