analyze the devices
war with thee
pieces of your destiny corrupted
can you verify the last contents

the gravel lodged in your throat
a flesh box cavity
gradual eruption probe
one that feeds
hands that caress a crooked spine
absorbing bi-products
prompt exchanges
that will deconstruct

move on forward
signs that will pierce like labor pains
ways of a drunkard
the dogs shall devour and lap up their blood

the prime suspects will now restrain
with affection
final effects of a broken hope
of a broken shell
of a broken yoke
walk and learn from these
loss of wealth
guarantine divisions
the double edged sword
depth incision

glutton eat your fill
divination is that of a swine babbling in their filth
beware of the things hibernation in your skull
reeking havoc
malignant cells still active
schemes that will inflict my son
schemes that run rampant

if the disease of self
leaves a heavy burden on your spirit
it must be removed
like bricks in the belly
you will sink into the depths

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    i have no idea as to what this song means... but i do know that it relieves anger when listened to! this kicks ass!

    sncrly_meon July 21, 2002   Link
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    This has got to be one of the most amazing bands on the planet. They can cram more good ideas into one riff than lots of bands can fit into their entire careers.

    GodHatesACowardon August 22, 2002   Link
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    one word to describe this song ... beautiful

    starshideyourfireson August 28, 2002   Link
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    that's not exactly the word i would use

    GodHatesACowardon August 29, 2002   Link

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