"Hematidrosis" as written by Dean Atkinson, Matt Fidler, Dennis Frazier, Scott Erickson and Jeremy Sims....
As mortal death was at the door
The night seemed darker than before
Silence but no peace, visions of agony

As mortal death was at the door
The night seemed darker than before
As mortal death was at the door
The night seemed darker than before

The sweat and blood pour out
Hemorrhaging from the pores of His body
The sweat and blood pour out
Hemorrhaging from the pores of His body

The sweat and blood pour out
Hemorrhaging from the pores of His body
The sweat and blood pour out
Hemorrhaging from the pores of His body

Rise up, the betrayer is at hand
Rise up, the betrayer is at hand
The betrayer is at hand, is at hand

The son of man betrayed
Into the hands of sinners

Innocent blood will be shed
By the hands of the guilty
Innocent blood will be shed
By the hands of the guilty

As mortal death was at the door
The night seemed darker than before

The sweat and blood pour out
Hemorrhaging from the pores of His body
The sweat and blood pour out
Hemorrhaging from the pores of His body

Hemorrhaging from the pores of His body
Hemorrhaging from the pores of His body
Hemorrhaging from the pores of His body



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"Hematidrosis" as written by Dennis Frazier Dean Atkinson

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    General CommentThe meaning of this song is obvious. This is such a br00tal song.
    SmokeEmIfYaGotEmon March 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about Jesus' experience in the garden Gethsemane. Luke 22:44 says "And being in an agony he prayed more earnestly: and his sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down to the ground." (KJV) And Hematidrosis is a condition where under extreme stress a person will sweat blood, due to large amounts of blood vessels near the pores.
    CallMeMatton May 07, 2008   Link

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