"Blasphemy" as written by Andreas John, Erik Macholl and Strify,....
God is dead
When someone fills your heart instead
Your soul’s on fire
All your needs
How can they call it blasphemy?

Love is nature
So you’re prayin’ for salvation
For their hearts to understand

That it’s you
My new religion is you
They say this love is blasphemy
It is blasphemy
It is blasphemy
But my new religion is you

Faith is crime
When all you love is on the line
Your spirit’s bleeding
Incomplete and blamed for immorality
Blasphemy

Love is nature
So you’re breaking with tradition
In this God-forsaken land

That it’s you
My new religion is you
They say this love is blasphemy
It is blasphemy
It is blasphemy
But my new religion is you

That it’s you
Blasphemy
God is dead
Blasphemy

That it’s you
My new religion is you
They say this love is blasphemy
It is blasphemy
It is blasphemy
But my new religion is you


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    My InterpretationI think of it as someone coming out and afraid of what people will think even though (s)he loves their partner more than the world.
    Sapphiresqueon September 20, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationI LOVE THIS SONG SO MUCH!

    There could be many readings to apply to this song, the overarching meaning would be about falling in love with some so fully and wholly that even God has no sway on the relationship.

    From there, a number of interpretations could be deduced the most blasphemous would be of a homosexual relationship, which is considered a sing by most people:

    "Love is nature
    So you're breaking with tradition
    In this God-forsaken land"

    Or you could just go with a more conservative reading and say that the relationship is a forbidden one and that it is going against the wishes of those around them

    No matter the reading, it's a wonderfully touching song, I love it C:
    Ahamkaraon September 29, 2009   Link

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