I will reconstruct this machine to withhold its new direction.
I want to be numb.
I have been Destructed, immobilized, buried by our junction.
Reconstruct.
Overwhelmed by my corrupted life.

The bearing I once started has been lost among the animation of what I've become.

Collaboration Of this being and the architect's reflection.
Sealed for so long in a tomb of assurance, this structure Is a misconception.
The creator has found a fracture derived from the point of inception.
Its origin So deeply rooted, undetected and unitary.
Every fiber of the carrier tears, the further this is carried.
I Have been destructed, immobilized, buried by our junction.
Reconstruct.

I must disengage the Imperfection and begin again.
Determine the source, and undo it from within.
I must disengage the Imperfection and begin again.

The bearing I once started has been lost among the animation of What I've become.

I want to be numb.
I will reconstruct this machine to withhold its new direction.
A collaboration of this being and the architect's reflection.
I want to be numb.

Among the animation Of what I've become.
The bearing I once started has been lost among the animation of what I've Become.


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    My InterpretationMy interpretation is that the subject has made some mistakes and is coming to terms with this.

    'I must disengage the imperfection and begin again'

    He wants to make a new start in the 'architects reflection'. ie 'god' or some other father figure.

    The cleanly sung part also reiterates the above, the subject got so carried away making wrong decisions that he is now looking back at what he has become.

    Epic vocals, epic guitars all round, epic drums = epic masterpiece!
    KLN80Ron April 14, 2012   Link

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