Indeed I will condescend
Exhausting every trace to give you,
What you asked for
Everything you demanded you bleed right from me
At last, I will be free
And the phoenix rises
Invasion of my last hope
For once just know your place
We are only human
Everything you demanded you bleed right from me
So weak you cannot see
Corruption at its finest

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    It sounds like this song is talking about two people, and one thinks he or she is a true leader, so the other helps him/her out a lot, and all of the mistakes and pain is taken by the helper.. And finally this person can be set free so yea. o.o;; That's proabably not right, but oh well.

    Kittie Katon May 28, 2002   Link
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    The way I see it, the writer has done absolutely everything to this one person and gets nothing in return. It sounds like she is in a bad relationship, one where she was treated like crap and given nothing yet she did everything in her power for him. And when they break up, she realises what went on.

    sunshine_arakhanon March 09, 2006   Link
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    Could be about a relationship. Also sounds like it might be directed at a manager/record company. To the person who made the God/Jesus comparison. You are a retard.

    celery is grosson February 12, 2007   Link
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    i think this is probably about someone telling god to stop treating us like we're suposed to be perfect. he knows that only jesus was supposedly perfect so why damn us for something thats his fault??? he created us imperfect so punishing us for his mistake is corruption at its finest. kinda makes sense

    themosquitogodon May 28, 2002   Link

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