Take a bite of the sickness (sickness) and feel the rush of your desire.
When you act upon your urges (urges), so begins a period of decent. Deception.

I am a tainted man with a wretched mind, I am ashamed of myself again and again.
I don’t need another pointed finger, I don’t want to hide, just find myself.
I come to you filthy. Take a bite of the sickness and feel the rush.
Save me, save me, save me, because I can’t save myself.

I HATE RELIGION, I DON’T NEED A CULT! The world doesn’t need any more fakes.

I have committed cosmic plagiarism,
I was a self proclaimed god, a mirror image of a cheap imitation.
Those we thought were on top, quickly fall to the bottom when judgment drops.
In death shame fills the black and immortal soul. We were never meant to save ourselves.

I HATE RELIGION, I DON’T NEED A CULT! The world doesn’t need any more fakes.

So I walk a new path, no one chooses for me...
So I walk a new path, no one chooses for me. So I walk a new path, no one chooses for me.


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Children Of Wrath song meanings
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    Song MeaningThis song is directed towards the hypocritical "church people" who claim the name of Christ, but don't actually follow the Word. Like the people who treat church like it's a place where only perfect people are allowed and those who are different or "more sinful" than the rest are judged and looked down upon by the church. "I hate religion" is Brook Reeves saying that he is tired of those kinds of people and organized religion as a whole, but he still very much loves and follows God.
    Nazoon May 08, 2012   Link
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    General Commenti think its about how the church will take over peoples minds for their money, and how he doesn't want everyone telling him he's wrong for what he belives in. im just guessing
    SuicideBeforeSunriseon September 15, 2010   Link

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