I'm the man,I'm the king,I'm the one
That's pure inside
Everyday, every way I smell of suicide
Bitter sins how they grow within
So you tell me it ain't right
I am, all sins
And you're my reason for life

I will stone you,stone you
Wrap my arms around you
I will stone you,stone you
My little HALO

I'm the man,I'm the king,I'm the one
That's broken from giving
Everyday, every way I swear just one last try
Killing me with the death to be
Something that's so right
I am all sins
My hands are scarred with time

Feel through my eyes

I'm the man with the rock in his hand, got
the rock in my hand gonna stone you stone you

Make a change, gotta rearrange
Idle minds,crushing time
I am all sins
And you're the reason for life


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Halo Lyrics as written by Ryan S. Mccombs Adam Victor Zadel

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    My Opinion

    "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." -Jesus

    After hearing this song for over a decade, I finally found what it means to me. Jesus said the above quote to save a woman from being stoned to death. Everyone who wanted to stone her realized they had sins of their own. In this song, the singer says he is "pure inside", meaning he is without sin and he will stone you! Pretty badass in my opinion.

    sprizzleon December 14, 2014   Link
  • +1
    Song Meaning

    its the battle of a man who loves so deep but must remain a man... hiding the hurt of a lifetime..the battle of a warrior..a man..true...strong...but still feels love-pain-sorrow-that only one can understand..his halo...the only woman he will ever love...the woman that lets him be a man... ~A~

    cheatinonahaloon February 14, 2010   Link
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    General Comment

    It's the classic battle of the little devil on one shoulder vs. the little angel on the other shoulder. The "little halo" is the angel. The man on whose shoulders rest the devil and angel has been listening to the devil, and as the angel fights to gain control, the man tells the angel he isn't interested. The man feels he's been evil, or bad, enough... why stop while you're ahead and in control?

    gotterdamon February 02, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    i think he's trying to say that he sees himself as a godlike figure no i dont mean he thinks he's god i mean i think he is in control of his own life...all sins? well sins are what make us human so that what i think he means, thats hes in control

    hell_i_call_my_headon April 16, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    i think this song rocks, im not sure what it's about but that's only because i just bought the cd Scars. some other cool bands are Lost Prophets, Chevelle, Pressure 4-5, Seether, Pulse Ultra, OTEP, Apex Theory, Default, Meshuggah, THe Used, Flaw, Ill Nino, Neurotica, Andrew WK, Staind, Deadsy, Orgy, New Found Glory, 12 Stones, SOAD, Flak Jacket (my band), Tool, Injected, Deftones, Korn, Good Charlotte, Unwritten Law, Incubus and finally, Linkin Park. check out my bands site, it's geocities.com/flakjacketjoe/Flak_Jacket_2002.html/

    ths_s_th_joon August 28, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    it's a great fuckin song and they were great at ozzfest!

    slipknotxx89on August 31, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    As this song played at the On The Waterfront festival in Rockford, IL, I started crowdsurfing. I got launched 6 feet in the air. flipped head over heels once, and landed on my back, on my shoulders, on the asphalt.

    Soil fuckin' /rocks/.

    Renzokuon September 01, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    How can you even mention linkin park and incubus. Its enough to make me blow chunks. Soil is fuckin awesome.

    TheJordanmanon September 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    too me this song means that he won't let go of what he has.

    oldskoolpunker23on September 22, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    dude tell me some good hard core rock songs...similar to those of soil...

    KnOcK-TuRnALon September 28, 2002   Link

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