Crash against her and be broken
Lying dormant in the depths of her consciousness
She always knew I was there
Kept me awy
Kept me at bay

Witness the birth of a goddess
What do you know of unlimited power?
She's all she could want to be
She is fire!
Life incarnate!
Now and forever
She is the rock of the eternal shore
Crash against her and be broken

Hunger for the feeling of ecstacy
I crave the ultimate sensation
Lust for the feeling
Lust for the feeling of this destiny
It consumes me

Crash against her and be broken
She is fire!
Life incarnate!
Now and forever
She is the rock of the eternal shore
Crash against her and be broken

An essence of beautiful terror
Her power is a song wtihin herself
Ask not for pity
There is none in her
Ask not for mercy
There is none in her

Crash against her and be broken
What do you know of unlimited power?
She's all she could want to be
She is fire!
Life incarnate!
Now and forever
She is the rock of the eternal shore
Crash against her and be broken
She is fire!
Life incarnate!


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    Song MeaningBand stated in interview that each song is about a different comic book character(s), but that the lyrics are also written vaguely enough to be relateable.

    Characters: I am 90% certain this is about Jean Grey becoming the Pheonix. The fire line in particular is telling. The line, "I am the rocks of the eternal shore: crash against me and be broken," is actually a quote from Apocalypse, but the lyrics are written about a female character.

    General message: Taken out of context, this almost sounds like wanting to get with a girl that you put on a pedestal, but she is also either unobtainable or a complete snob/maneater.
    thefrail86on August 14, 2014   Link

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