i'm the host of remorse in a town of revenge i can try to heal everyone for them i can write it in blood and send it to you remember to remind you with my worst but i was always civilized sad advance to reserve in atrophy so i find solace in resending my regrets and time will move on to the next waiting station closer to the target i missed but i was only missing something sense to believe in something strong faith in some reward as time is wasting all of us deformed i left her in may the fifth of dismay but i'm going to keep my trophy

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    General Commenti'm not really sure what this one is about, so my interpretation may be way off... but it seems the author has felt like a failure for so long he's gaven up on even trying to help himself. now it just seems as if he's out there trying to save others like him, hence the trophy reference.
    detachedon September 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIt seems like lose of faith in onesself is a reoccuring theme in BA songs, but trying to slavage some sense of pride and respect through saving others does seem like the main theme here. "reminding you with my worst"...the narrator uses his own wrongs and failures to show others the way. but it seems more specific than the narrator just trying to save others, it almost seems like hes trying to save someone from his past...an ex lover maybe? "i left her in may..the fifth of dismay"
    BadAstro83on September 04, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI don't know the true meaning of this song, but everytime i listen to it the picture i get in my head is of this kind of traveling evangelist. Kind of like what you see in the south. He's looking back at his life in regret, but exactly denouncing his faith, but wondering if his life would have been more fulfulling if he did things different. Thats just what i see though.
    ShesMyAlcatrazon April 25, 2003   Link

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