The perfect God makes perfect laws to fit his perfect creation; the man
Apparently not
He died for your sins, he died so you may sin
Murder ends with murder end with murder

Reputation`s like a mirror blinding you
We all know the sum of the whispering game; a twisted message
Trust in Him and you may kill
He`ll kiss you as blood is spilled
Burnt Leviticus with his sinful deeds
He must be no more

"Aaron`s sons Nadab and Abihu took their cencers, put fire in them and added incense;
and they offered unauthorized fire before the Lord, contrary to his command.
So fire came out from the presence of [God] and consumed them, and they died before the Lord"
[Leviticus 10:1-2]

Trust in Him and you may kill
He`ll kiss you as blood is spilled
Burnt Leviticus with his sinful deeds
He must be no more

Face the sinner you justify
Another servant of Satan, of course he died
Which God regrets? Not the perfect one

Reputation`s like a mirror blinding you
We all know the sum of the whispering game; a twisted message

Trust in Him and you may kill
He`ll kiss you as blood is spilled
Burnt Leviticus with his sinful deeds
He must be no more


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    General Commentpeople posing so they can fit in/ not be judged?..?
    x12345on June 10, 2009   Link
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    My OpinionFavourite song of the album, still struggling to interpret it however.

    Perhaps it's about christians and their depravity? and how they ignore their own sins? "Face the sinner you justify"

    "Reputation`s like a mirror blinding you. We all know the sum of the whispering game; a twisted message"
    My interpretation is that christians worry about their reputations so much that it blinds them of what is true, and logicial.

    Blinded colony are anti-religious, so perhaps this could be correct.
    Shardsofhopeon August 24, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis is pretty obvious, in my opinion. It's pointing out the contradiction of how religion preaches peace, yet people kill in its name every day, using their "peaceful" religions as justification.
    skyloron September 23, 2011   Link

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