"The Blade" as written by Nowell Rhys Fulber and Wilhelm Anton Leeb....
Deep inside the angle hurts
Rotation moves the amber burns
Silently your hands are tied
Persuasion slowly slips inside
Stretching skin it has a burn
Sooner or later you will learn

Inhibitions from within
The only thing we really want is sin/skin

Are you ready to believe
Are you ready to conceive
Are you ready to come
Are you ready to be one
Are you ready to come
Are you ready to be one

The leather cracks
You feel the heat
A hardening pulse Is oh so sweet
The blindfold slips down
To your mouth
You taste the flesh it makes no sound
The blade it skins on your chest
Perverse illusion never rests within

Are you ready to believe
Are you ready to conceive
Are you ready to come
Are you ready to be one

This sado game is now for real
You suffocate with fear of pain
The blood starts running from your vein
The straps are tightened
For pleasured pain

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"The Blade" as written by Wilhelm Anton Leeb Nowell Rhys Fulber

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    General CommentI don't know what it all means, but there is so much sexual connotation in it that i'd guess it's just about being hedonistic and playing sadomasochistic sex games.
    But like I said, i'm not too sure.
    A.Mon May 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIn the, begining of the song, a criminal sounding male forcefully commands the subject of the song to submit, there is obviously a rape, in which the victom in some way or another relishes, and is killed by the criminal's "blade". This is the scene dipicted by the song. The point probably has something to do with how some people are willing to go to extremes to satasfy various needs of compulsions, most usually in situations of personal hardship such as poverty. In my mind, when visualizing this song, the subject is robbed first, ("stick em up mofo, this is a holdup"). The whole "are you ready to come" might deal with a retorical acknoledgment with the fate of the song's subject, or victom...
    willerson June 23, 2010   Link

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