"The Window" as written by and M. Williams....
I sodomize the young and dying,
This sick hunger is my vice.
My lust to drip my rotten seed upon
Their cooling flesh so fare,
Of their gurgled screams I could never hear enough.
Bless their puny hearts and their sweet naiveties,
Praise those little lemmings,
But rats unto the piper.
Bless those putrid beasts,
Their innocence my blade's eager to meet.
May my song of hatred lead them forever downward.

I fill the mouth with semen
While the head still blinks and shakes,
Ten seconds is the window,
Another child has met his fate.
I hold the grisly treasure skyward,
Have a laugh into its face,
Bless all Earth's most precious children
With my blackened love insane.

I've come to revel in the horror
No words nor nightmare could describe,
The erotic waves of lurid rapture,
That moment when they realize.
Bless those little wonders and their curiosities,
Praise those little maggots but lambs unto my slaughter,
A blessed life so cheap,
Their perfect flesh will be the ideal treat,
May my song of worship bring them ever closer.

I fill the mouth with semen while the head still blinks and shakes,
Ten seconds is the window,
Another child has met his fate.
I hold the grisly treasure skyward,
Have a laugh into its face,
Bless all Earth's most precious children
With my blackened love insane.

I'm insane,
How they'll be hunting for us nightly,
Tirelessly combing to no end,
Your shameful death to be in a shroud of mystery.
You'll never see the light of day again,
Slitting their bellies open wide,
So wide.
A great delight to look inside.
I sit upon their chests until they cease,
Expressionless ejaculating whilst they die.

I fill the mouth with semen
While the head still blinks and shakes,
Ten seconds is the window,
Another child has met his fate.
I hold the grisly treasure skyward,
Have a laugh into its face,
Bless all Earth's most precious children
With my blackened love insane.


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"The Window" as written by Maurice Williams

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    General CommentThis actually pretty much based on Gilles De Rais. Look him up, the lyrical content pretty much describes his life.
    OfDarknessSpawnedon July 20, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningThis song is definately about a child serial killer. However I'm uncertain which one it happens to be, I'll need to re-research all the ones I know of. But it seems to be a combination of John Wayne Gacy and the Vampire of Dusseldorf.
    CorpusDelection June 29, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIt's about a priest molesting, and slaughtering children he draws in. It has no specific serial killer in mind, rather it's straight forward.

    The ending is rather exciting.

    He's got a kid with him, and is talking to him before he kills him.
    reedbadfishon July 01, 2011   Link
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    My OpinionDefinately one of the best on the album along with blood in the ink, carbonized in cruciform, graverobbers work,and moonlight equilibrium... Havent been able to stop listening to this album since release
    thedevil1286on July 09, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI'm starting to see the theme of this album more and more as i read the song lyrics more thoroughly. At first, I thought it was the bands full-blown proclamation to being satanists. But now, i'm starting to see that the "rituals" Trevor is describing are more about humanity as a whole and our sick/evil nature. The album is more of a sarcastic misanthropic "salute" to mankind. He is enraged and mocking what we have made of this planet. I think the references to satan and evil-doing are poking fun at satanists and religion altogether. Essentially, we are leading ourselves straight to hell and we are utterly hopeless. At least, that's my take on Trevor's lyric writing. I could be wrong...
    ToABreathlessOblivionon July 27, 2011   Link

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