"Secondary Effects" as written by and Peter Karl/malmstroem Wildoer....
Shadows of irrational dread
Sensing worms in lust, blood eyed
The source of my cold existence
Forming, completing my dark side
Overwhelmed by self compassion
A symphony in chaos to no ones ears
The sound of laughter in suffering
And unmourning tears

My thoughts, without connection

Absorbed by a painless heart
Spreading through my swelling veins
Like million creatures trying to defeat
The organic structure of my human flesh
Orgasmic smell of blood, a new born beast
I have become, I have arrived to join this feast
Born a beast

Wrath boiling under the surface of my brain
With the thrilling sense from a reptile chase
Crawling from the genetic deep charm
A buried memory of an ancient race

Shadows of irrational dread
Sensing worms in lust, blood eyed
Insanity fills my thoughts
A frightful urge to complete my desires
I won't irritate my atmosphere
Opened blind eyes, frozen breath
Laughter's sounding everywhere
Waking up from apparent death

The eternal well of inner rejection


Lyrics submitted by LaDiablo

"Secondary Effects" as written by Peter Karl Wildoer Christofer Erik Einar Malmstroem

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentThey made a video for this song.
    samwaltonon August 17, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwhat a badass song.... love the chorus
    FeLKoNon August 15, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI think this song is about a man who have died and his transformation into a zombie. ("Waking up from apparent death").

    "Orgasmic smell of blood, a new born beast
    I have become, I have arrived to join this feast"

    He definitely is becoming some type of undead creature.
    Triggenon January 25, 2011   Link

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