Die!!
She was my poor angel, I knew her well
I really had no choice than (to) take her to my hell
As soulless as I am, as soulless as it gets
I don't give a fuck how she felt
I saw her pretty pale angelface
And erased it from my memory forever
I saw her burn, fed her with flames
The divine burning of angels

Think those grieving thoughts
Feel your pain before
You watch the sun set forevermore
Our lives grow short, our lives grow dark
As the longing re-appears in our hearts

She was my dear angel, I had her killed
I needed her soul to get my own fulfilled
She was like blood, she brought me lust
Her soul I now fuck!

Think those grieving thoughts
Feel your pain before
You watch the sun set forevermore
Our lives grow short, our lives grow dark
As the longing re-appears in our hearts

I feel her trembling, inside my soul's on fire
Now I suffer from my hellish desire
Silence is broken, I hear her scream my name
She'll live forever in my mind insane

In rapture I remain as the wickedness stays the same
Inside my soul insane, I am reborn, I am reborn
In rapture I remain as the wickedness stays the same
Inside my soul insane, I am reborn

Yeah!

God bless you sweet angel with my flesh
Inside me forever, your devil's nest
My body, your soul, now together as one
Just accept your loss, I have won
You scream in pain, I laugh out high
I cannot fear a god's parasite
I watch you burn, feed you with flames
And continue...
The divine burning of angels


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    About a demon or something along those lines killing an angel whether he wants to or not. He knows she beautiful, but it doesn't matter.

    rustedthoughtson July 31, 2007   Link
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    however MCMXCIX got nothing at all to say same old shit in another words , they got good music tho but absolutly nothing new to say :( so after all i give them 3/5 for the music

    phpSQLon January 13, 2008   Link

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