Dress me in your cloak, induct me into your cult.
Use an open tomb as my throat
The laws that I live by will not replace the reason he died.
Brainwash me with set standards and a loss of hope, then put me under this microscope. Do I fit the perfect description?
Poster boy for your artificial religion.
Do I fit the perfect description?
Never.

You filled the world with fervent deceit, now the serpent and the servant meet.
Behold your end when you seduce with corruption.
False light draws false life.
When the depths have risen we will bring down the heavens.
The laws that I live by will not replace the reason he died.
Brainwash with set standards.
False light draws false life.
Hell Must Fear Me, Hell must fear us all.
Serpent servant bring your fury.
Hell must fear me.


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    Song MeaningThis song RIPS Catholicism: "the laws that I live by will not replace the reason He died." All the rituals and ceremonies in the world will never give you salvation. "Do I fit the perfect description?" Do I look, on the outside, like the Catholic church says I should look? Do I follow the rules, so that God looks favorably on me? "Never." Outward appearances mean nothing to God. He knows whats in your heart. "Brainwash with set standards." The only way to get to heaven is by following the rules, or so Catholicism portrays. These rules distract from the true purpose of Christianity: Love the Lord your God with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength.
    undeadretard7on December 20, 2009   Link

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