There are parts of me that have been lost at sea, I feel like I'm sinking into eternity.
Walk with my head hung low, in calamity, with my arms outstretched, for someone to save me.

I am a sinking ship, I am the anchors deep, set to the ocean floor in an eternal sleep.
My heart is heavy stone, my body brittle bones, my mind an endless storm out in the cold unknown.
Cause I've got to find my light again, my heart is beating fast when will this ever end?
Can I find my way back home again?
This road I travel on, it never seems to end.

I ain't a hollow shell no more, I've left the ocean floor - I've left the ocean floor.
My heart's a heavy hitter now.
My lungs they're screaming out, my heart's a heavy hitter now.

I am a sinking ship, I am the anchors deep, set to the ocean floor in an eternal sleep.
My heart is heavy stone, my body brittle bones.
My mind an endless storm in the cold unknown.
'Cause I've got to find my light again, my heart is beating fast when will this ever end?
Can I find my way back home again?
This road I travel on it never seems to end.

And once again you came back, and you rescued me, and I promise you that, I promise that I'm out.
I promise you that I'm out.
My heart's a heavy hitter now.
My fists are firmly clenched again and this is thanks to you my friend...

'Cause I've got to find my light again, my heart is beating fast when will this ever end?
Can I find my way back home again?
This road I travel on it never seems to end.
'Cause I've got to find my light again, my heart is beating fast when will this ever end?
Can I find my way back home again?
This road I travel on it never seems to end.


Lyrics submitted by sydneyv12, edited by AdamArtz

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    My InterpretationFML is an acronym to an old expression amongst maritime men meaning "fix my lighthouse" in response to an unwelcomed comment, or so to say, go fuck yourself.

    Aside from that, this song is a clear metaphor for the battle between a man and his legal fiction. The lyrics have admiralty/commercial law symbolism running rampant. The Vatican-Unidroit connection is utilized to show the man's "sacrifice" of his life by OUTSTRETCHED ARMS(crucifixion) as he sinks into Its "eternity" from Its promised "savior". Of course he rejects the System's contract to free himself after his friend, ie Truth saves him.
    Sound ridiculous? I dare anyone to pick up a Black's Law dictionary and search legal terms like SHIPWRECK, VESSEL, ABANDONMENT, SALVAGE, DISCOVERY, and apply them to what happens in a hospital through the BIRTH certificate NATURALIZATION of a federal/contracted CITIZEN.

    Not even sure the band, who is one of my few complete favorites, realizes what they're writting, but their songs are littered with these brilliant analogies. The planet needs more poets like this again to explain to those who have ears to hear.

    Google/YouTube the work of Kurt Kallenbach

    @personacrucifydon May 18, 2015   Link

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