a storm is brewing here right by my side
I've tried all sorts of disguises
I hope he cannot do wrong within my sight
my blood is flowing as oceans
when I breathe my freedom
words of the big religion
simply what I need

is what I need...

you reject defaults
in a vision of non-life
this silent overcome
your defensive shade is gone

floating bubbles are laying down on me
false beliefs are drawing all my tears

beyond sub-life
beyond decline
beyond this wave of rising
beyond hardtimes
beyond lovebites
beyond the day I'll face myself

a hyperfast reaction
is playing with me
I'm so confused
but I knew
I could hold on
just a lack of experience
just a lack of pride
that makes me blind again

sadly I'm destroying everything I' ve done and everything
remaining is burning in my fire

that' s the way we are
now I'm going to explode

I will choose remorse in my life
what is happening is enclosed in my fire

that makes me blind again

I' ll face myself

Lyrics submitted by Fistan

Hyperfast song meanings
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  • +1
    General CommentWe all strive for perfection, and to better ourselves. We have high expectations for ourselves, as well as our friends, and children.
    aceticaon May 18, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSomeone who has come to hard grips with their religion and are questioning if its doctrine is true.
    charismafairchildon April 14, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI don't know why there are such few comments, because this is one of my Lacuna coil's favourite song. The brewing storm could be taken like a change that will be produced soon. It is confirmed in the "hyperfast reaction" that is playing with her, and the way she gets rid of the things she had done and believed
    Sorry for my English!
    xXxChaotic_grrrlxXxon February 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI don't know but I get the feeling this song is telling a story about an abusive, destructive relationship.
    The Red Pyramidon August 09, 2007   Link

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