"Solar Temple" as written by Scott D. Benzel, Michael Bernard Fisher, Raymond Leon Riendeau and Tom Melchionda....
What lies we tell ourselves
Behind the blue motel
Out on the frontage road
Down by the interstate
We open up our sores
We cauterize ourselves
Behind the blue motel
Down by the interstate

Satisfied, full of pride
We become what we defy
Satisfied, comatose
We become what we fear most

What lies we tell ourselves
We open up our sores
We cauterize ourselves
Behind the blue motel
Like the insect in the hive
Like the richest junkie still alive

Satisfied, full of pride
We become what we deny

Satisfied cast aside
The solar lodge has its stride

(Softcore kickstand honey at the source)
(You could hardly see him he came out of nowhere)
(Always a friend of the victim at the slaughter of the)
(Innocents)


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"Solar Temple" as written by Raymond Leon Riendeau Michael Bernard Fisher

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    General CommentSolar Temple was a cult whose members committed suicide throughout the 1990s.
    xodon March 15, 2005   Link
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    General Comment"Always a friend of the victim at the slaughter of the innocents"

    Gilt is an exploded narrative. One of the characters is a jaded drug dealer who commits suicide, I believe one is an informant of some kind. This is my interpretation, but good luck finding out from the writer, unless you're talking about playing classical music from up-side down pop songs, or some other pretentious bullshit.
    GOPon December 25, 2010   Link

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