"Silent Goddess" as written by Roy S. Khantatat and Thomas Youngblood....
I rest my eyes
On the open field
A silver line
To heaven's gate
My mind is blank
It's a state I know
Where all I see is hate

I raise my head
To retain my wrath
The savage force
That lives inside of me
Foe to foe
One will die and one will be

And I pray she holds my soul
Can you hear me calling?

Silent goddess won't you
Conduct my fear away
Silent goddess won't you be
Closer when I hate

The battle cries
And the sound of steel
Another quest
For holy land
Some true belief
In each open wound
In Luna's light the lonely victor stands
And I hope she holds my soul
Can you hear me calling?

Silent goddess won't you
Conduct my fear away
Silent goddess won't you be
Closer when I hate
Silent goddess will you
Forever be the same
Silent goddess can you
Feel this heart pulsate

You know that I die for belief
I swear by the sword in my hand
The sum of the pain and the grief
Is nothing compared to the
Wealth I obtain
And the spirit of god can expand


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"Silent Goddess" as written by Thomas Youngblood Roy S. Khantatat

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    General CommentThis song questions killing in the name of religion.
    Spiral_Slaveon February 18, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Silent Goddess"
    This record has a few references to God and war. The irony of wars in the
    name of God. The story of this song starts on the battlefield and the
    warrior in the heat of battle. He is praying to Mother Mary for
    forgiveness. The question, is it right to kill in the name of religion?
    "Faith, like a jackal, feeds among the tombs, and even
    from these dead doubts she gathers her most vital hope."
    Ravenlordon May 15, 2009   Link
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    General Commentamazing amazing lyrics

    a soldier gearing up, pumping himself up for battle. he is concentrating all his hatred. just imagine being at war against people you dont really know or havent really met. you really have to make yourself hate them, or else you might take pity and may not be able to strike them. "My mind is blank", you really have to be in this state, to be able to move on to a frenzied rampage to be able to win wars.

    in modern day i can imagine a varsity player psyching up for the game. of course he is praying.
    auserlesensafiron September 13, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationI, being an Anne Rice fan, take this as a song about Akasha, The queen of the Damned. SHe was silent in stone when he first made contact with her, and this speaks directly how Lestat feels about her.

    ''silent goddess won't you
    conduct my fear away
    silent goddess won't you be
    closer when I hate''

    Perfect the way his love/hate for her is.

    TwiztidEssexon February 23, 2010   Link

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