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Passion in my eyes, I lived it everyday, but how could you go throw it all away?
In my dreams it's me and you, it's there I saw it all come true
As time went by faith in you grew, so one thing's left for me to do

I feel it burn inside,...

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    anonymous
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    Jan 16th, 2006 1:00am report


    Betrayed is all about the man who shot dimebag darrel. Dimebag was one of their heroes and obviously felt they should write a song about him. Anyway, the line "A smoking gun in hand, now don't you realize what you've done" is straight after the man shot him, and obviously he didn't actually realise that dimebag wasn't the reason pantera split up, which is why he shot him. This person was a huge fan of pantera and was under the impression they split up because of dimebag. The line "I don't deserve to fall this way, by a man who felt betrayed" is a sort of first person example of this. The lines: "Put a bullet in his back, your hero since you were so young/How could you kill the man who brought salvation through your pain" is sort of interrogating the man by simply saying how the fuck could you? anyway, the whole songs about dimebag and his murderer and I'm sure if you know the story, you will realise all of the other lines I havnt put in here.
    A7X FOR LIFE!



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    anonymous
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    Aug 9th, 2013 8:31am report


    So cause one song says god in it means theyre Christian? t'f are you on xD



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    anonymous
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    Apr 25th, 2013 4:54am report


    haHAHAHAAH you think this is a religious song? That's wrong. You just can't keep your flawed religion to yourself?

    Look up interviews of the band on this song. It's about DBD.

    Religion is intellectual laziness.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 25th, 2013 4:52am report


    This song is directly about DBD. And the man who killed him, literally. "How could you kill the man who brought salvation to your pain?"

    Don't even bring your flawed religions into this. The bible says it's a sin to work on Sunday, and that stoning is an appropriate punishment for lying children.

    A7X has quite a load of talent in them.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 8th, 2011 10:17pm report


    This song is very obviously about the murder of Dimebag. The motive behind his murder was rather disturbing. The killer was a fan of Pantera, but a severe paranoid schizophrenic. He believed that the members of Pantera could read his mind, and had stolen his ideas for songs to use in their own work, and he believed they laughed at him while doing so. This is not speculation, this is now known to be truth. Anyway, here is where my speculation will begin. It may be that the "someone help me, someone stop me, someone listen, why aren't you listening?" part could be from the killer's perspective. Many lines seem to be from that perspective, i.e. "in my dreams...", from a paranoid stalker point of view. The rest of the lines are from the pov of an upset and confused fan of Dime. A truly beautiful tribute to Dime. Matt nailed this vocal performance!



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    anonymous
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    Aug 7th, 2011 8:15am report


    whoever said this "Anyway, if a7x is a christian band then I will have sex with you right here. A7x are far from christian, matt hated catholic school so much he threatened to kill his principal to get expelled, then his principal accually died and he got blamed for it and got kicked out." A7X is not really a Christian band and Shadows did hate Catholic School but since then at least Shadows Syn and The Rev have accepted the Catholic faith foREVer



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    anonymous
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    Jun 24th, 2011 6:08pm report


    No. A7x is nowhere near Christian. Look at the lyrics to Desecrate Through Reverence, Beast and the Harlot, Crossroads, God Hates Us, and Lost It All. You'll see what I mean.



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    anonymous
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    Jun 23rd, 2011 6:59pm report


    So even if this song is dedicated to Dimebag, this song always reminds me of the book "Of Mice and Men" and there's not a lyric that doesn't relate to that book.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 2nd, 2011 2:40am report


    Avenged Sevenfold rocks and everybody agrees with that but THEY ARE NOT CHRISTIANS! Yes "Dear God" is asking for Gods help throughout the song and yes most of their songs do make reverences to the bible because yea they did go to catholic schools when they were younger and no doubt that they believe in God. But 1 song asks for Gods help not several. You have "God Hates Us" in their "Nightmare" album, and in the song "Nightmare" he says "God ain't on your side" Christians know that God loves us and will always help us when we need it and ask for it. But M. Shadows does the whole vampire teeth thing. Johnny Christ's name is mocking Jesus Christ. They're album cover for "Diamonds in the Rough"(which is awesome) but all the same is evil with the way they portraying themselves as walking dead. The song "Demons" a Christian would use the "word" to keep demons away through Gods protection.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 2nd, 2011 2:28am report


    I believe this song is about a man who really likes his friend but she doesn't feel the same way. "In my dreams its me and you". By killing the man it could be metaphoric because of how you can push people who love you away.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 30th, 2010 7:51pm report


    They are christians but they dont force it upon people. The song Dear God is an example. Also, when jimmy died, m. Shadows wrote a message to him on myspace saying that he hates Jimmy made it to heaven before he did and he cant wait to see him on the other side. See, believeing in God aint such a bad thing athiest kids haha



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    anonymous
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    Mar 21st, 2010 3:10am report


    This song is about dime bag. Clearly states it in the booklet. As for them being Christian. Its not true. There song titles may be from the bible but listen to the lyrics and its far from any Christian band would write. Listen to the wicked end it even says "we throw into the number 666.....the stars are aligned tonight" not Christian. And as for afterlife he's talking about leaving his girl and going away from the afterlife. And hoping that when he's good enough for her shell take him back. Listen to the lyrics.



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    anonymous
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    May 18th, 2009 5:34pm report


    It's questioning democracy.



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    JakeyB
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    Jan 29th, 2009 1:57am report


    This song is talking about Dimebag Darrell (lead guitarist for Pantera) he was an amazing guitarist that was shot when Pantera broke up. Synyster Gates (lead guitarist for Avenged Sevenfold) looked at Dimebag as an idol and modled his playing style much after Dimebags so A7X wrote this song about Dimebags killer who was a fan of pantera. The songs saying he felt betrayed when they slpit up and took out his anger out on Dimebag. The song shows both the killers point of view, Dimebags point of view, and A7x's point of view. Dimebag Darrell a true guitar god! R.I.P.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 12th, 2009 1:40pm report


    Avenged Sevenfold is not a Christian band. However, M. Shadows has stated that many of their songs relate to the bible. There name even comes from the bible. And many of there lyrics come from stories in the book of Genesis and the book of Revelations. Dont believe me. LOOK IT UP. Genesis 4:15 states this: The man who dared to kill Cain would suffer "vengeance seven times over" -Genesis 4:15

    However, this song is definitely about Dimebag Darrell as stated by M. Shadows. They believe he is one of the best guitarists of our time. Well next to Syn lol.

    GO A7X



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    alec
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    Dec 31st, 2008 12:20pm report


    I know this is about the man who got shot, but can anyone tell me what about the part: in my dreams it's me and you, it's there i saw it all come true..?
    whats that about?



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