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Instead of building bridges people are building barriers and only gathering their troops for even bigger confrontation. I feel disgusted. No matter if you take a look in the left or right, you only see these selfish clones, who blindly and brutally are pushing forward their own political agenda. Well, as the lyric states out, I guess we deserve that all: we are the architects of our own fall.
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Kind of a memoir, kind of a statement of what you've been through, how you know things will end, and kind of a simple love song in the deepest of all the meanings. It's a one to follow my style of writing with this certain straight-forward honesty, from my own life. There's something new for our sound here, as I simply wanted to get crucified by all the extremely pure metalheads with the whining clean intro here. This was one of the first new songs for this album. We actually even played an early version of this song live one time but it didn't really fit anywhere and we couldn't get it sound tight enough so it was left out from our production at the time.
Antti decided to give it a little facelift during "HEAL" pre-production, and being something so different, it ended up on this album to give a great variety with being a more rhythmic song with completely new vocal arrangements. Miika is a good friend of us, has done a lot of background work for us on cover arts, gigs etc. The complete story? It was a hell, guaranteed. The old habits die hard. It's about being your own god, and that's all. The lyrics of this song are meant to uncover what is universal, unconditional and unselfish love.
Not a most common theme for a lyric of a metal piece, but somehow these melancholic words fit in with the floating atmosphere of the song. Times we had describes this feeling in good and in bad: healing and killing at the same time, the thin line between wanting and needing and the paradox of living with or without. Jul 08, PM. Shalene 1, books view quotes. Jul 05, PM. Holly 57 books view quotes.
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