D E F I L E
M E
She'll say and she'll scream
D E F I L E
M E
From untouched to unclean

Just a pretty little whore
fucking used up so dirty so filthy so sore
They say discard after use
what's it worth when it's laying in the gutter from the abuse
It's drunken on the blood of the saints
the souls of all your saviours surely run through its veins
shedding skin, giving all 'til it's gone
a feather for a lover 'til it's stripped and left for carrion

D E F I L E
M E
She'll say and she'll scream
D E F I L E
M E
From untouched to unclean

It looks just like you're praying from so low down on your knees
a kiss from the wretched maw filled to the brim with their impurities
Were their love for the worthless
we would only be here just to appease
praising to the angels call to the devils fall
to the harlots disease

They want to feel its pale and white skin
They want to take its flesh
now, come hither
Upon their tongues its poison, its sin
they want to drink its wine
now, come hither
They give their praise to its abhorrent scars
wish upon its stars
now, come hither
They want a taste of the whore they want to taste of its sores
until its screaming for more
so come hither

D E F I L E
M E
She'll say and she'll scream
D E F I L E
M E
From untouched to unclean


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    My InterpretationTo me, this sure seems like a reference to the Whore Of Babylon from the book of Revelation. The whore represents the hypocritical religious leaders who have been in bed with the political leaders doing all their dirty deeds but trying to make it look pretty by attaching God's name to it. However, the political leaders are now getting tired of their old used up whore and are ready to destroy her since she is no longer attractive or useful.
    Clearon September 12, 2013   Link

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