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Sonata Arctica – My Selene Lyrics 9 years ago
I think it may have something to do with a more fantastic source rather than reality 100%. I have a theory on how it may be about a guy who is in love with a girl he sees only in his dreams, and gradually becomes obsessed with her to the point where he no longer wants to be awake and would much rather close his eyes and sleep forever to be with her. Of course, the only way he can think of to sleep together is death, and death is no dream, thus he won't ever be with her. Reminds me of Lovecraftian fiction actually, in particular The Dreamquest for Unknown Kaddath for some reason XD

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Sonata Arctica – Destruction Preventer Lyrics 9 years ago
Somehow it kinda reminds me of Resident Evil for one reason or another... like "If you release one, you release them all..." sounds rather like the whole T-Virus thing to me. Of course I'm not saying the song is about that, but it does make a little bit of sense XD

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Sonata Arctica – Deathaura Lyrics 9 years ago
I don't think the couple did survive... I mean, let's face it, Sonata Arctica is not known for writing happy love stories. Letter to Dana, Tallulah, My Selene... heck, even the Caleb saga and the damn stalker complex. I believe the couple did die in the end, one first, then the other. In any case, it's obvious they're talking of a young witch (perhaps a Wiccan, condemned by the Inquisition like other nine million european women), and her lover, who by affiliation is also condemned... such an amazing way to tell the story, though. Breath-taking!

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Sonata Arctica – The Last Amazing Grays Lyrics 9 years ago
Of course, yet another amazing song about the most amazing animal there is! However, this time it does touch the issue of how few of them are left roaming the world freely, the title itself makes a note that they are the last. Though it may also be interpreted as how the old wolves give leadership to younger, stronger wolves and they turn their attention on the young cubs, guarding them from danger.

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