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AdamModerator
(crash course raver)
05/28/02 00:26 AM
Re: The Fear of a God and a Damned Eternity new [re: xgirl81]  

In reply to:

The words here are not "how we must burn" but "now we must burn..."


....which only further suggests this song is a prologue.

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dukewhite
(grinning soul)
06/05/02 01:19 PM
Re: It is about Alex new [re: Adam]  

in an interview of his I read that he is threatening God in the song, to make the world a better place for his daughter to grow up in. He says there are a lot of threats to God on the album, but most of them just sound like love songs...do you think that "I Would Be Your Slave" could be one too?

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WildWind
(acolyte)
06/05/02 02:22 PM
I Would Be Your Slave: also blatantly religious new [re: dukewhite]  

In reply to:

do you think that "I Would Be Your Slave" could be one too?


Absolutely. Here's my early interpretation of it. I interpret it as not so much a threat as a criticism, but along the same lines, in any case.

I was sort of on the right track with "A Better Future." I just had it backwards.

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