"Tirades Of Truth" as written by Michael Spreitzer, Jeffrey Kendrick, John Boecklin, Jon Miller and Bradley Dez Fafara....
Reaping the wind through this mortal shell
In the wake of destruction this will not fail
Walking with shadows defined by my suffering
Feeding the spirit through divine intervention

Out of the fire, so much for compassion
I've thrown it to desire, in time you'll hear

Tirades of truth
Glazed and angry eyes
Spoken to by the breath of Gods
In the valley of death's decision
The judgment, listen

The last kind words ever said will be
You will live below angels and above beasts

It's seldom clear, the roads to temptation
Are filled with such peril but the human spirit can soar
It's more than we can ever be in one lifetime
We need more to become gods ourselves

Tirades of truth
Glazed and angry eyes
Spoken to by the breath of Gods
In the valley of death's decision
The judgment, listen

The last kind words ever said will be
You will live below angels and above beasts

Temptation

Even the heavens aren't innocent [Incomprehensible]

Tirades of truth
Glazed and angry eyes
Spoken to by the breath of Gods
In the valley of death's decision
The judgment, listen

The last kind words ever said will be
You will live below angels and above beasts
Above beasts, above beasts, above beasts
And above beasts and above beasts



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"Tirades of Truth" as written by Jeffrey Kendrick Bradley James Fafara

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    General Commentthe truth will come out. you will get yours. its karma.

    and also, the last thing that was done for us was giving us life, we need to do the rest.

    nice split meanign song here.
    rustyhacksawprojecton August 28, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationThis song fits in perfectly with the rest of Last Kind Words (and even gets the name from this song) and explains why our human nature is the way it is, which is why we are so destructive to everything and everyone around us including ourselves. Before I begin 2 things need to be said that “tirades” basically means to rant or protest about something in an angry manner, and that I’m not some religious nut, and can barley even call myself Christian.

    The whole first stanza is what I believe to be our creator’s thoughts on how we are “reaping the wind though this mortal shell, in the wake of destruction this will not fail” meaning that we kind of go about our own things aware of our impending doom, and that faced with it we will accept it. “Walking with shadows” means that he will be among us without us knowing it, “feeding the spirits though divine intervention” He lets us know that there is something to believe in, or “feeds” the spirits (the spirits being us) by every now and again comming into play with natural things and the only explainable answer is that it was the hand of God.

    Then the chorus comes in, which a small way contradicts itself. The tirade in this case is God condemning man kind to the middle ground, or earth (below heaven, and above hell), but it is also referred to as “the last kind words ever said” which tells us two things, he meant for our banishment to be a good thing because we ended up in the middle and not in hell, and that it is the last time he will come in direct contact with mankind.

    The next part I personally think whoever got the lyrics got them wrong and it says “the roads THROUGH temptation” and “but the human SPIRIT can soar”. Now this part is the narrator saying that our lives our filled with temptation and because of which it’s filled with danger and a threat to wellbeing at every step. But it’s because of our soul, the thing that makes us human (which is also why there is temptation) allows us to overcome the temptation and the afore mentioned dangers.
    jpenleyon October 24, 2009   Link
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    General Commentanyone know which part Dez's kid Tyler does? is it the gutturals in the beginning or what?
    Schlackoon February 17, 2011   Link

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