Dio: Killing the Dragon Meaning
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anonymous Oct 13th, 2017 10:07pm report
i think dio is talking about the sistem. the dragon is the queen of england and they use tecnology to implant themself in our society taking control and making people more stupid and easy to control
anonymous Jun 8th, 2015 6:07pm report
(This comes straight from Ronnie) The Dragon represents technology. Similar to the Dio/Black Sabbath song "Computer God. "small parts, electrical hearts" Technology is becoming more human-like and we're relying on that technology too much. One day that technology could destroy us.
-I interpreted "hungry for heaven" but can't remember my log in info.
kooljohn176 Mar 5th, 2015 3:57pm report
Ronnie James Dio loved to use medieval symbolic mythology in his lyrics to help his fans and himself to vent of puffed up steam to do battle against the injustice of oppression done to the underdogs throughout the world of the meek and righteous. Similar in comparison of the old days when a Roman soldier becoming a Christian that fought in the name of Jesus Christ for truth and justice, who was beheaded as a martyr to be honored as SAINT GEORGE by the OrTHORdox Christian faith to be later mythologized in the aura to protect his holiness in fighting against the Dark Lord and it's Dragon [oppressor] who likes to capture the young children of the foreign lands it conquered to feed the Dragon's young babies.
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