"December" as written by and Lewis A/sosa Martinee....
(In the) Darkened shroud of morning
Simplified in face and stature
Blessing in the storming
Sweetness of a subtle feature
Alone and safe inside
Without worry, with out knowing who's
Been cast aside
Twisted down, escape to rest

I will writhe in my December

These crafted understandings
Smother citadel defending
They'll miss a motive is cast together
(The) comfort, effort in the end
Alone and safe inside
Without worry
Who's been kept alive
Without knowing

I will writhe in my December

Learned, learned I love the air here
And I learned, learned I love the roar in my ears
I satiate this urge of mine; I substitute the urge to hide
Alone, alone and safe inside

I will writhe in my December


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    General CommentA very little known metal band from the early 90's. This is a buried heavy metal treasure. I first heard it on SIRIUS Radio on the Hard Attack channel and i instantly loved it. I love the intro with the tribal drums and that kick ass guitar riff.
    metalismylifeon February 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe album Prone Mortal Form to this day still holds it's ground. Solid riffs throughout and intelligent lyrics to boot. Indeed this is truly a hidden treasure. Before I play the album for people I always state that "This is the best band you never heard of." So sad that more hasn't come from them in recent years. So, I've been mulling around the meaning of the song, December. I could be "way" off on this but the first thing I thought of that the song is written in narrative style about the inner struggle of a serial killer. Ted Bundy comes to mind. I believe his last victim was in the month of December. Like I said, I don't profess to know the meaning. That's just my two pennies.
    gpsdcon April 24, 2009   Link

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