Unchain your obscenity
desirable enemy
Await my enlightening
Allow what your fate can bring

Now you're caught inside my cage
You are the object of my rage
Sin, I wash you clean again
I'm your redeemer

Cause I
I live for your pain
I live for your pain
I'm dying

My victim you are meant to be
No, you cannot hide nor flee
You know what I'm looking for
Pleasure your torture, I will endure

Now you are rust inside my cage
you are the object of my rage
Blood, I wash you clean again
I'm your redeemer

Cause I
I live for your pain
I live for your pain
I'm dying

I'll burn in your flame
I live for your pain
I'm dying
I'm dying
I'll burn

Now you are rust inside my cage
You - the object of my rage
Blood I wash you clean again
I'm your redeemer
Be my believer

Cause I,
I live for your pain
I live for your pain
I'm dying

I'll burn in your flame
I live for your pain
I'm dying
I'm dying
I'm dying
I'll burn


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I Live for Your Pain Lyrics as written by Andreas Deris

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    Oh come on, no one has commented on this yet? -.- Anyway, one way or another, something is trapped and being tortured, and the voice loves to watch the subject be tortured, though it seems to be tortured (or burning) itself.

    Xanofaron January 22, 2008   Link

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