Disgraced
Expendable, we are not really real
A mirage of solitude is what they try to heal and
I will not be made to feel we are sealed in a fake charade

Spewing bile atrocities
Bringing existence to it's knees
I will manifest my sins and
I will Kill Mercy Within
Immersed in this hypnotic spell
Influenced by the hate that swells
I'm not terrified anymore
There's nothing left but open sores

Disengaged
Relinquish the reality, I've known
I'm feeling like I'm alienated from my own and
I will not be made to feel we are sealed in a fake charade

Spewing bile atrocities
Bringing existence to it's knees
I will manifest my sins and
I will Kill Mercy Within
Immersed in this hypnotic spell
Influenced by the hate that swells
I'm not terrified anymore
There's nothing left but open sores

Spewing bile atrocities
Bringing existence to it's knees
I will manifest my sins and
I will Kill Mercy Within
Immersed in this hypnotic spell
Influenced by the hate that swells
I'm not terrified anymore
There's nothing left but open sores

Nothing left but open sores


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Kill Mercy Within (feat. Noisia) song meanings
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  • +2
    General Commentwelp, they did it again.... WOW. korn ROCKS! i love the melody of this song!!

    i think this song is talkin about how messed up the world is.. no one can be real with themselve anymore. people hate and hate just keeps "swelling" and now he got use to it.. so he's not afraid of it but he's forced to live with it.
    sympledre3on December 06, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti need to get some of those drugs your on approx01. whatever can mess a person up in the head enough to believe that must be good.
    tsc2077on February 09, 2013   Link
  • 0
    Song MeaningTsc you are an idiot by the way. I think Approx01 is right. And the bringing existence to its knees is about that the terrorists and army is killing everyone
    Dylan is awesomeon October 06, 2014   Link
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    General CommentSympledre3s interpretation also makes sense, but approx01s seems the best to me
    Dylan is awesomeon October 06, 2014   Link
  • -1
    My InterpretationThis song is about the recent wars in the Middle East. I think it's directed at the soldiers in general.

    "Disgraced
    Expendable, we are not really real
    A mirage of solitude is what they try to heal and
    I will not be made to feel we are sealed in a fake charade"

    This first part is talking about the US soldiers. They are often told that they are expendable and that the individual is not important, only the team/army/mission. Then the view switches to the US people and how they are being convinced that the United States is in its own little world.

    "Spewing bile atrocities ----- talking bad about a certain group or spreading lies
    Bringing existence to it's knees ----- not sure about this line
    I will manifest my sins and ----- being taught to kill or torture
    I will Kill Mercy Within ----- killing the idea of mercy in your head so that you are able to keep sane
    Immersed in this hypnotic spell ----- brainwashed in what you are told, only getting info from one source
    Influenced by the hate that swells ----- the fighting keeps going on because of the hate
    I'm not terrified anymore ----- the leaders of the terrorists are all but wiped out
    There's nothing left but open sores" ----- US pulls out but everyone is still sore over the whole thing

    "Disengaged
    Relinquish the reality, I've known
    I'm feeling like I'm alienated from my own and
    I will not be made to feel we are sealed in a fake charade"

    This verse can represent the educated person or the soldier returning from war. Suddenly your blinders are off and you know what is really going on in the world or government. You feel like no one else understands or is willing to understand so that they might keep their happy life, blissfully unaware.
    Approx01on April 25, 2012   Link

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