"Dying Freedom" as written by and G. Mackintosh N. Holmes....
As a withered hand grips right through fear
The cold caressing rains
The reaping arms of silence, evolve for us to see

Overruled by a lack of paitence, it's untold
That's the secret that has mad it

Constructive powers flow desire
The last intense degree
Scratching at the surface, for all of us to hear

Gatrher around, the secrets that you know
And the speech that makes blood flow
Blame desire, you'll blame revenge

Standing at the solemn shores
Where blessed fools are born
Happiness is wasted, waster blood and tears

Re-abuse infiltration, it's untold
Raping life from other nations

The ritual explosive fires
Rewarding enemies
Shells of empty faces, crying to be free

Dying free, the spirits gather round
While the soul lays underground
Will the voices call again?

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"Dying Freedom" as written by N. Holmes G. Mackintosh

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    My OpinionI always saw similarities between the lyrics in this song to the 'Death Gate Cycle' first book 'Dragon Wing''s plot.
    Specifically (to those of you who are familiar with it) - the part about the dwarves who live on the continent (Drevlin) and take care of a city sized machine called 'Kicksey-Winsey' - each of them doing their part without knowing the full purpose of the machine. It is only until latter books that we realize the machine is used for an integral part in the plot.
    So the part about 'Gather round the secrets that you know' and 'Raping life from Other nations', as well as 'The speech that makes blood flow', (the main dwarf character loves to make speeches), and the 'The reaping arms of silence' - the machine has so called hands.
    I realize that I'm almost certainly wrong in my interpretation, but it bears nice resemblances don't you think?
    dominusson May 31, 2009   Link

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