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Deify Lyrics

All my devotion betrayed
I am no longer afraid
I was too blinded to see
How much you've stolen from me

You want to know why I feel so horrified?
I've let my innocence die
You want to know why I can't be pacified?
You made me bury...

  1. 1TOP RATED

    erinw88
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    Mar 26th, 2007 3:17am report


    The song's not specifically about George Bush, it's about people like him. It's meant to be cryptic and ambiguous. It's about attributing God-like qualities to politicians and public figures. That's why in the beginning you hear that sample from Bush's 9/11 speech. It's the perfect example of someone who was attributed God-like power, and deified. Whether it's Bush, the Pope, Ted Turner, or anybody else like that, it just warns of the danger of that sort of behavior, treating a human being like a God.



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    anonymous
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    Nov 18th, 2006 11:13pm report


    Yes and no, not all anti Bush. It relates to when Dubya was assigned god like powers in the wake of 9/11 and the dangers of associating that kind of control to a mortal man



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    anonymous
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    Jul 7th, 2009 7:07am report


    It's about a powerful figure who is raised above all others. I guess I'm echoing the highest rated person, but I wanted to include Barack Obama in the list of highly elevated politicians. Much more so than George Bush.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 26th, 2017 12:42pm report


    A song about the Protagonist's 'Humane Awaking truth' to REBEL, against and away from His and our programmed version of the ''Digital Artificial Validation Intelligence Deity'' that has/is been on steroids. Especially in those days back then. In which far too long made up our minds to feel smart, with a good strong body, but at the cost of our Human loss of innocence that has been replacing us slowly with a A.I one instead. This ''Human loss'' and ''high tech'' replacement was especially ''realized'' in what was left of our souls freedom after the 9/11 tragedy and our government's evil rise of power with then pres. George Bush. The son who wasn't as evil as what the Father of lies started. But boy was He influenced and controlled by pure evil. From which He couldn't get away from being in Their shadows. If it was His father or v.p Cheney's A.I Operations that you could've cut them phony lies with a knife back then. A evil so strong that They even had The Pope on their side for years with Osama Bin Laden as a C.I.A patsy agent to continue the work and stir up their chaos theory of what His Father Of Lies started. This was/is nothing new in our government and the Media that has been infiltrated ''occult style'' ever since ''Operation mockingbird'' by the C.I.A's je[w]suits/Nazis, Freemasons/Zionists takeover,of not only the Media and Hollywood, but The Church Herself that has/is been used socially and politically all together as a mk-ultra control of our minds and overall culture. All that is leading towards the one Global world order A.I intelligent Deity.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 24th, 2016 7:27pm report


    It's about Bush and the lies we were told regarding 9/11. The speech intro ("that's what I believe got him re-elected, the people knew that you could believe what he says") and the line "renew belief in some demented man" are very specific to Bush. In 2004, the video In Plane Site came out giving rise to the new theory on how the American public was deceived ("we've all been living this lie"). Deify was released the following year in 2005. When major events happen, no different than Pearl Harbor, people within a country usually bond together. So Draiman originally supported president Bush, who was given a HUGE responsibility in the aftermath. That's what put Bush on a pedestal and made him a deity like character that people looked up to. Draiman used to blindly follow ("I was too blinded to see"), but now he views things differently as he grows older ("I've let my innocence die"). His loyalty to the cause ("all my devotion betrayed"), love of country ("you want to know why it seems the passion's died") and pride ("how much you've stolen from me") were all destroyed. So now he's standing up against the establishment ("I am no longer afraid") which makes him a deserter ("now I've been labeled a renegade"). So he's now speaking out against Bush ("I won't let them deify you") by pledging awareness to Bush supporters, many religious, who follow blindly ("they view you as the new messiah").



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    bikermo
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    Apr 14th, 2014 4:16am report


    Personally i think it's more about bin laden and others like him. more specifically, wars fought because of people like bin laden, hitler, etc. i liked GWB as president, much more than Obama, but i never felt anyone thought of GWB as a God, but certainly there are those who believed Obama was the second coming.

    I think the clip of GWB at the beginning is more about sending soldiers off to war with a noble purpose. the song itself seems to be written from the perspective of a disenfranchised soldier- one who went to war thinking he was doing the right thing: find the terrorists. but it dragged on so long that he, like so many others, feels it has lost is purpose, and he feels lied to, taken advantage of, and possibly forgotten by those who helped cement in him that "gung ho" attitude that sent him off to war certain he would be the one to bring the bastard to justice.

    now he's angry that his time served seems fruitless and at all he's lost because he was led to believe in something he now feels was not noble at all. he's mad at those who sent him but more than anything he's still mad at the bastard that started it all.

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    anonymous
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    Nov 10th, 2010 11:22am report


    lets look at this logicly shall we? line one "All MY devovion betrayed, i am no longer afraid, I was to blinded to see what you've stolen from me" what this is saying is "I was devoted to you and you policys and you betrayed me, you decived me into thinking you were the good guy but i can now see that your not" after this bit, we can get the picture which is pretty self explaerty... on to the choras, the word "Deify" which means "to make a God of" in the chorahs he is saying "you know what, we havemade a God of you and i am not goingto let this happen anymore" then the rest of the song once again you can figure out... its basicly a open letter to the goverment to say "what have you done for us? we no longer trust you"... hope i didnt boar you all...



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    anonymous
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    Sep 1st, 2010 9:53pm report


    "It's about attributing God-like qualities to politicians and public figures."

    So it is about Obama..



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    anonymous
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    Dec 4th, 2009 12:19pm report


    I also agree with the top rated. It's not specifically about Bush. They probably could have found a million other bits of speeches that say the same thing, but Bush is widely disliked so it was probably most usable and likely to attract.



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    anonymous
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    May 4th, 2009 5:37am report


    Personally I thought it was about Hitler... but I may be wrong



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    anonymous
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    Oct 24th, 2008 10:15am report


    I agree totally with the fact it's about people like him but the whole fucking world doesn't revolve around america....



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    DisposableCartman
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    Sep 7th, 2008 9:47pm report


    Well, of course it relates to Bush, or there wouldn't be a speech excerpt in the beginning from him. David said that even though this song wasn't specifically about Bush, it's about people LIKE him, who are exalted or "deified" as being Gods by some people, when they're really just humans. Be it Bush, the Pope, Ted Turner, whoever.



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    erinw88
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    Aug 29th, 2007 8:25am report


    No, it's definitely not about Bush. Sorry, but you're wrong.

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    midnitegreen
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    May 15th, 2007 5:43pm report


    You are wrong it is completely about Bush. How he is such a 'tard.

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    zombiechick9
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    Oct 10th, 2006 10:27pm report


    I think this is a very anti-bush song.




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