Kaltes Herz
Eiskaltes Licht
Kalter Glanz
Kalte Lust
Kalte Seele
Gottes Hand
an der kehle

Auf die Knie
Hut ab zum Gebet
Das Gesicht in den Staub
so tief es nur geht

Ich vergieße mein Blut
für dich
mein Herz
für dich

Heißer Tau
auf weißer Haut
Kalte Frau
Kaltes Kreuz
Mach mich gesund
Kalter Wein
aus deinem Mund

Dies ist mein Leib
der hinweg nimmt
die Sünden der Welt
Dies ist mein Blut
das dich für alle Zeit
von der Unschuld befreit

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    Cold heart Ice-cold light Cold sparkle Ice-face Cold desire Cold soul God's hand on your throat

    On your knees Hat off for prayer Face in the dust as deep as you can

    I spill my blood for you my heart for you

    Hot dew on white skin Cold woman sucked dry Cold cross Make me healthy Cold wine from your mouth

    This is my body that takes away the sins of the world This is my blood that frees you for all time from innocence

    this song is awesome. very easy to understand too. yey.

    das_fieberon April 08, 2005   Link
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    I was just wondering, does anybody know what the musical element before they sing is called? Sounds like a monk chanting, I suppose.

    I love this song =)

    nachtfroston June 10, 2007   Link
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    They're using Gregorian chant throughout the song... very unique and it makes the song that much more appealing.

    The song might be talking about a woman who loves God blindly, or she loves God more than her lover, who would give his life for her... maybe she's some kind of religious fanatic.

    Quickstepon November 06, 2007   Link
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    The choice of which chant to use might be meaningful. They chose the Kyrie which is in Greek and is part of the Catholic mass but generally sung or said in English now.

    The chant is "Kýrie eléison; Christé eléison; Kýrie eléison."

    In English it means: Lord, have mercy; Christ, have mercy; Lord, have mercy.

    Carinapiron May 25, 2010   Link
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    The chanting is from "missa lux et origo - kyrie" and sounds very similar to the "The Benedictine Monks Of Santo Domingo De Silos"

    jcransxon May 30, 2010   Link

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