"Inspiration" as written by Simon Philip Thorne and Thomas Edet Asido Jones....
There is doom in the words of the fallen
blinding the minds, of the young
there are truths in the lies of forgiveness
fall down and worship the sun
fall down
Inspiration
A storm is coming, to hell with redemption
save yourself and hear the word of the fallen
A storm is coming, to hell with redemption
Inspiration

Command meant nothing to me
My loss is not crossing the sea, on my feet
You baptised me don't you see?
I choose not to believe.

I can't ignore, your lack of intellect
Inspiration comes and goes
Hindsight's taught me,
some kind of self-respect


Lyrics submitted by bornofdesire32

"Inspiration" as written by Paul Revelli Michael Becker

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    General Commentno comments yet?

    this song sounds great and it is my favorite of the new album.

    Estevanon October 17, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThe opening keyboard part reminds me so much of the old school Mushroomhead. This album is such a great blend of old and new.

    To me, this song is about finding your inspiration to do what you need to do. But the inspiration should come from within (command meant nothing to me). And the inspiration should be well intentioned.
    bornofdesire32on October 24, 2010   Link
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    Song Meaning"My loss is not crossing the sea, on my feet"

    This part is a little confusing. I wonder what he means, here.
    sinriseon April 08, 2013   Link
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    General Commenttake the line, Command meant nothing to me,
    add that together, Commandmeant, or in reference to the 10 commandments carried by Mosses, who parted the Red Sea, Also, fall down and worship the sun,,,,really maybe son which refers to Jesus. I believe and worship God, I am a Christian still this is an awesome song.
    jodocast2on May 16, 2014   Link

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