Give me a sign
Sing the words of innocence and broken pride
Make my conclusions fail
Send me a sign
Heal this broken melody
'Cause each night I die in Hell

My God has shown His sympathy for all the spirits lost
I've prayed for salvation and peace for ages
Standing in the summer breeze, inhaling life again
A new day has come
A chance to relive
Forget and forgive

Somehow I wasted all
They sealed my voice and wisdom
But my soul was born on the battleground
Justice in blood
Long-awaited victory
And tonight you die in Hell

My God has shown His sympathy for all the spirits lost
I've prayed for salvation and peace for ages
Standing in the summer breeze, inhaling life again
A new day has come
A chance to relive
Forget and forgive

Somebody hides inside my mind
We're bound together
But this is my confession
Soulmate or enemy
A thorn in my religion
Release my heart, unfold my tongue

Save a place for me in Heaven
We'll meet another day
I found forgiveness and the meaning of it all
My fear is gone, gone

My God has shown His sympathy for all the spirits lost
I've prayed for salvation and peace for ages
Standing in the summer breeze, inhaling life again
A new day has come
A chance to relive
Forget and forgive

Forget and forgive


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  • +1
    Song MeaningThis seems to be the point of the story at which the POV character (unnamed, as I recall) is imprisoned for ten years, and on the walls of his cell he carves a confession of his sins.
    Aryalon November 12, 2012   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI personally think that this is about the protagonist's confession at Alpheus' cathedral. With this, he "betrays" the Veritas-symbol on his chest, because he doesn't want to live the lie anymore.
    I believe that the second stanza is from Robert's point of view, with "And tonight you die in hell" meaning that he is on his way to his brother and planning to kill Aurora.
    TDGRoachon December 08, 2012   Link
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    General CommentIf the 10-page book is any indication, I think this song comes *after* his ten years in prison - when he confesses to a judge of all that's happened, and Robert gets imprisoned in his stead.
    This should explain the lines "tonight you dine in Hell", and "standing in the summer breeze, inhaling life again": Now that he confessed, he is finally free - both of his imprisonment, and his guilt.
    Artex310on December 18, 2012   Link
  • -2
    General CommentCall me crazy, but this one sounds like either a tribute to, or a stab at Roy Khan.
    Afterburnon November 11, 2012   Link

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