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God Is Dead? Lyrics

Lost in the darkness
I fade from the light
Pray to my father, my brother, my maker and saviour
Help make it trhough the night

Blood on my conscience
And murder in mind
Out of the gloom
I rise up from my tumb into impending doom
Now my...

  1. kooljohn176
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    Mar 29th 2015 report

    About a sinner that awakens from the ''Nihilism'' that he has been stuck in a paradoxical view of doubts in his faith, but when he heard that God is dead from somebody in his head, his other half starts to question his conscience with the statement in saying ''I don't believe God is dead'' to overcome '' nihilism'' in the hope to become one with God by understanding the individual principel belief when it gets stuck in ''NO-THINGness'' by the doubts in its reality when our mind is shattered, especially in the difficult times when you don't know who or what to believe in anymore except to know there is a God that is still alive.

  2. anonymous
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    Sep 17th 2014 report

    Both The Song Title And Figure On The Single's Cover Are A Reference To The Late Friedrich Nietzsche, A German Philosopher Who Is Famous For Saying That "God Is Dead. God Remains Dead. And We Have Killed Him. How Shell We Comfort Ourselves, The Murderers Of All Murderers?

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