"The Psychotic Thought" as written by Keith Barney, Kenneth W. Floyd, James Stephen Hart, Mick Morris and Brandan Schieppati....
Death to your king in his glorified horror.
Killing time.
Bathing in his own beautiful sin.
Kill your maker and the shadows will unleash a forgotten soul.
Releasing the evil within.
The human nature of a bloodbath.
Born by the night.
Let them take praise to this extinction.
Who wears the horns now?
The psychotic thought that you gave us..."kill each other or I will kill you."
He has spoken with a forked tongue.
The prophecies begin to unfold.

You sold your soul to the devil for a day
And now your kingdom has fallen to his reign.
Don't you know?
You're the devils advocate...satans' psychotic thought.
And in this dying hour of life,
The prophetic one leads the non-believers into war.
You had it all planned out.
And I saw at winters solace that you tried to freeze hell over.
Laugh at me while I burn in ecstasy.
Laugh at me while I burn.
One true armageddon.
God is his own antichrist.

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"The Psychotic Thought That Satan Gave Jesus" as written by Kenneth W Floyd Keith Barney

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    General Commentmakes me think of the story "the grand inquisitor" by dostoevsky, set during the time of the spanish inquisition...
    7th_Havocon June 18, 2002   Link
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    General Commentits funny how this songs anti-god and in the new eighteen visions cd James (the singer) lists God under his thanks...?
    MyDeadOrchestraon September 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentDeath To Your King!

    this song has one of the best breakdowns i've heard from them.
    shut up n dieon October 05, 2002   Link
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    General CommentInteresting lyrics but what the hell is he talking about?
    KNOWITALL23on June 18, 2007   Link

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