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Amon Amarth – Legend of a Banished Man Lyrics 10 years ago
Dornentanz: That's accurate in my eyes!

And "the deceitful ones" refers to those who put their faith in a christian god. All-in-all an epic fucken song!

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Amon Amarth – For The Stabwounds In Our Backs Lyrics 10 years ago
"Then Fenris father will summon us" refers to Loke, who leads the legions of the dead at Ragnarök.

As stated by videogamefreak above, Naglfar will come with the eastern wind carrying the dead. The last part, "so sit there on your golden throne" refers to the Aesir - those who will suffer the onslaught of the dead.

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Amon Amarth – Amon Amarth Lyrics 10 years ago
I must say! The responses to octobersnackbar are downright polite! Can you even imagine if a metalhead would drop one of those comments on a pop/hip-hop/rap song?

"Rap is the manifestation of retards attempting poetry..."

"Aw, you f-cking bitch!"

"It's you whoz retardid! Whore!"

Aah, the laughs!

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Amon Amarth – Tattered Banners And Bloody Flags Lyrics 10 years ago
It's about the final battle between the gods (Ragnarök). Lopt is the same as Loke/Loki, the betrayer of the gods. The text itself is rather self-explanatory. The battle takes place on the plane of Vigrid, Heimdal, the god of light, sounds the Gjallarhorn and the norns cannot forsee Oden's death. The only thing that is a bit wierd (though it is in fact correct) is that Hrym (the inhabitor of the nail-ship Naglfar, also a giant) is departing from Niflheim (a place for those who didn't die in battle, but off e.g old age) instead of Jotunheim (the land of the giants).

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Warrel Dane – Messenger Lyrics 10 years ago
He said in an interview that it wasn't intentionallt meant to be any anti-christian stuff.

It's about someone he knows that always plays the victim and never wants to take blame for something that is clearly being his/her fault.

^That is pretty much a head-on quote but not in it's entire.

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Dark Tranquillity – Fabric Lyrics 12 years ago
@ Vasa:
No, that's "Cornered", also from the Haven album.

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Demons & Wizards – Wicked Witch Lyrics 12 years ago
Oh, I forgot: EerieOompaLoompa - Ehhh...

(and also a correction; "Wicked is a musical, not a play)

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Demons & Wizards – Wicked Witch Lyrics 12 years ago
Yes, it is about "Wicked", the Broadway play, not "the Wizard of Oz" (though they are a lot like eachother so I can't really blame some of you for guessing wrong)

Silver shoes - They were colored ruby-red in the movie but is in fact a pair of magical silver slippers (in the play "Wicked")
Yellow brick road - The road that goes between the worlds in "Wicked". It has to be summoned so that's why it says "farewell to you yellow brick road".

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Evergrey – I'm Sorry (Dilba cover) Lyrics 12 years ago
The original of this song is performed by Dilba btw. I don't know if I need the explain the lyrics...

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Iron Maiden – Brighter Than a Thousand Suns Lyrics 12 years ago
I believe that "Brighter Than A Thousand Suns" refers to the bombing of Hiroshima, where the light from the atom bomb is said to have burned the shadows of the surroundings right into the ground.

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Deathstars – Cyanide Lyrics 12 years ago
What the...? Cyanide is a poison, but not in this context. Cyanogen is a group of people looking almost exactly as eachother. The people in that group are called cyanides.

"Drink the cyanide" would refer to the poison, but the video pretty much proves the whole "group" thing.

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Amon Amarth – The Arrival Of The Fimbul Winter Lyrics 12 years ago
This is actually fragments of a story called "Volsupa" (or The Seeress's Prophecy) and is told by a sereess who can remember before the dawn of time and can see far after the event of Ragnarok. The lyrics are very accurate, I must say, but with changes that makes it easier to understand.

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Amon Amarth – Annihilation Of Hammerfest Lyrics 12 years ago
Hammerfest is a place in the northern parts of Norway. It is also associated with norse mythology (obviously).

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Amon Amarth – As Long As The Raven Flies Lyrics 12 years ago
Nope. You should study before making such a post.

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Lamb of God – Walk with Me in Hell Lyrics 12 years ago
As written by ASnowCappedRomance, 1: "Ok, so the person who said it addresses the destruction of codependency, do you know what that means?
Taking that idea it does make a lot of sense though"

This is almost too good to be true!
You've obviously not read the statement on LoG's O-F-F-I-C-I-A-L site where they've written: "...Walk With Me In Hell' addresses the destruction of codependency...". Sounds pretty much like the "destruciton of codependency" is the subject of the song.

As written by ASnowCappedRomance, 2: "I always thought those first two lines were almost hopeful, but thinking about it, it could be saying that relying on someone else is like hell. If you get my drift."

Also sounds pretty much like codependency to me.

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