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[Lucifer]: “I was a mighty warrior of the eternal army
and second only to the King himself
I fought in many battles of holy life and order
under the entity no longer by himself
Sir, I'm here to tell you
To this day stands the grief of a third of the sky
Sir, I'm here to tell you
Now the flock of the earth is to be victimized

The apple of His eye, the target in my sight
The blood of man will ease my vengeful soul
This human sacrifice will be His Godly price
for forcing me out of my holy throne

Fear the plight in the cover of the night
The ruby red to appetize all of humanity
Of masks and shame, the thinnest of covers of pain
I will bring the fall - the calamity
A lie, a sham - The enemy of the Lamb
A goat to bring a curse upon its own family
Death, pain of the mortal and the slain
To prove to God to never question my authority”

[Adam]: “Dear God in heaven, hear me
The sake of I and Eve
I cannot shake this sinking feeling
She bears the soul of seven,
but something worries me
Perish the thought that it should be”

[Lucifer]: “If I could have a moment, I’d like to tell you something
I think you’ll find it to be rather lucrative
You see, the tree I stand by is worth its weight in knowledge
Just take a bite and see what God was hiding from you

Behold The Tree! Your master now is me!
To now perpetuate this black eternity
And I will rule at the precipice of cruel
and make my soul to swallow your humanity
I am the terror of all man
The blackest soul to ever know this galaxy
And you, fool, are nothing but a tool
to shame your precious blood for your depravity"

[Adam]: "I pray unto the Father
My God, please bring me peace
I've fallen far and I can't see
To future sons and daughters:
I only hope you'll heed
The time will come for your release"

Lyrics submitted by Octavarium64

Enemy song meanings
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