Promises brought down to Nihil
Due to broken trust.
It enrages me to slaughter.
(x2)

Necrophile experience,
What it is to fuck the dead.
Promises represent your lust,
Ensuing dreams of a sky so red.
(x2)

Promises brought down to Nihil,
Due to broken trust.
It enrages me to slaughter.
(x2)

Deity, I have seen your end.
Your hope was broken because of the lies you fed.
Promises represent your lust.
Ensuing dreams of a sky so red.
(x2)

Promises brought down to Nihil,
Due to broken trust.
It enrages me to slaughter.
(x4)



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    General CommentDeity, I have seen your end.
    Your hope was broken because of the lies you fed.
    Promises represent your lust.
    Ensuing dreams of a sky so red

    I believe The person who wrote this had some kind of feeling
    Of rage because of trust in those who deside to break it and he explaining how it makes him fucken mad.. what I think
    Necrophile experience,
    What it is to fuck the dead.
    Promises represent your lust,
    Ensuing dreams of a sky so red
    hmm possiibly he's talking about how what it like to maybe fuck someone with no emotion or care and that it represents the person's lust for sexual activity also meaning ensuing dreams probably means something about recking someones dreams also wishing to kill them for there emotionless love they give someone who might care who knows the words are to powerfull for me to uunderstand But I love the music how It feels to have some deep meaning
    SMUSER17158825on November 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSorry for the bad grammar xD
    sleepy
    SMUSER17158825on November 07, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthe feels that religion itself tries to rape us of our free will, and what would be like to take back what's our's

    and that religious is bullshit and lies
    Rav3nSham3l3sson June 19, 2012   Link

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