"Liberation" as written by and Myrna Crenshaw Joi Gilliam....
The house, the storm
Feather and tar

Art, existence
The flower in the sewer

The day of mourn are pass
All sorrow aside
I finally arrived
In a realm I thought not be true
Here I dwell forever
Eternal ease
Found a lotus in the sewer
A lake for the sword
No longer sick of running
- no longer scared of burning

The world has silenced
The voices are gone
I made oil my water
And dust my air
Found relief, salvation
Quit the downward spiral
Sad years, bygone
Future - the brightest white

Grand, imperial peace
I left the wretched, the scarred
Despise all grief
Antagonism obsolete


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"Liberation" as written by Myrna Crenshaw Joi Gilliam

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    General CommentI think this song is about going into the afterlife and leaving everything behind.
    'The day of mourn are pass
    All sorrow aside
    I finally arrived
    In a realm I thought not be true'

    I dont know weather this is a direct referance to heaven or weather there a christian band or not but im nearly certain that its to do with the afterlife.

    I cant believe how little comments this band has.
    Epic song btw.
    jabxon November 12, 2010   Link

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