Elena Siegman: Lullaby for a Dead Man Meaning
No tags, suggest one.
Lullaby for a Dead Man Lyrics
Your end my beginning,
And everything I hoped for has been strangely set aside.
Reason for living,
My mind is forgiving.
And destiny is proving to be absent from my life.
I know it, I feel it,
I know when you're...
anonymous Apr 28th, 2011 4:40pm report
I think it's about Samantha… listen :)…..
Life is still spinning
in my beginning -- Her life is still out of control and she feels disoriented. Also could be a reference to teleportation, since you spin around in the machine. If so, she could be saying even though she's 'situated', she feels like she's back in the machine. Oh and the tapes in the maps clearly show she was in the teleporter after the Fluffy incident.
everything I hope for has been strangely set aside -- She's lost all human hopes, wishes, aspirations. Pretty much her humanity is straggly lost. In its place, we can assume, is a deeply harbored grudge.
breathing for living -- Claims she is no longer human, therefore saying she has no need to breath. Almost saying she is superior to that.
my mind is forgiving -- Stumped me a bit. Maybe she still feels emotions of forgiveness and pity towards the survivors. But by referring it to my mind and not 'I' or ' I'm ', could mean she's detached from that. Like, the emotions are felt, but not accepted as a whole.
and destiny is proving to be absent from my mind -- Destiny is no longer relevant to her. She does not believe her position is fair, destined, or was to be. She lives for now, for the moment.
You know where, your feeling ( x4)
I know when your sleeping
I know the things your dreaming -- Pretty much showing she is all knowing and superior to the survivors. Almost like a threat, " I know you better than you know yourself, just give up"
and I know you will never give up and die -- Showing her annoyance and recognizing the fact the survivors are stubborn and do not plan on dying.
Conscious fulfilling, darkness revealing Oh -- Her conscious, the side that seeks vengeance, is fulfilled by her actions towards the survivors. This reliance and need to please her conscious shows she is dependent on this darker, more inhumane side of her. It's something she's not used to, so it's like the side is barely revealing itself.
faultering securities are shining like the sun -- She admits to having faults in her actions. Comparing them to the glare of the sun gives a sense of her mistakes being obvious. Such words make her sound like she hates the fact there obvious. Almost like there harsh and stare her down, like the suns glare.
eyes are deceiving -- This one was a bit hard. Could be a reference to the zombies alluring yet haunting, glowing eyes. Or maybe her own eyes deceive her and make her doubt herself. Still sketchy about this one.
your mind will stop breathing and -- Claims she'll get rid off the survivors once and for all.
all you are made of will now rightly become mine -- Warns that they will die and their soul will escape them. Leaving a corpse with no life source to call its own, therefore becoming hers for whatever sadistic reason.
Father, why have you forsaken me
my life is gone -- Samantha is sort of blaming her father for her murder. Her father (and Germany's) wish to create a machine possible of corpse reanimation and a machine that manipulates space and time cost her, her life.
father, know how long it's taken me
I live again -- She attempts to reason with her father on what she is doing. And she proclaims she has found a way to 'live' once more. Which is just by manipulating the zombies and toying with the survivors of the game. She has found a meaning to her off putting position, a position where, we can assume, is just to wander the in betweens of space and time.
Thats it. Please give feedback if you agree, disagree, want to add on, or If my facts are wrong. Thanks, please take note this is my opinion, we are all entitled to our own :).
anonymous Jul 2nd, 2012 7:43pm report
I don't think this song is about Samantha. The events in Verruckt took place before Samantha was in control of the zombies.
I think the song is about the zombies; after they die and become the undead, and how they feel while being controlled. That or possibly from the viewpoint of whatever was controlling them at that time.
It's strange though... The zombies were being controlled even though no body was in the MPD device at the time... Either someone or something was controlling them at the time in a different manner, or there's a plot hole ( Being that Samantha was actually controlling the zombies, while the hidden plot had her still living her life in Der Riese and not in the MPD). I think the answers may be revealed to us in time...
anonymous Dec 12th, 2011 12:29pm report
actually treyarch had the whole story planned out they were just waiting 2 c how famous it would become b4 releasing the future maps. also he map he song was featered in was part of the storyline
anonymous Oct 14th, 2011 10:44pm report
The song bears many quotes from the bible, "father, why have you forsaken me?" (Matthew 27:46)
"I live again" (Revelation 1:18)
However, I feel the song is more than likely about Sam.
anonymous Sep 30th, 2011 9:49pm report
Everything here about samantha, teleporters, anything relating to the Zombies storyline are false. This song was created back in the Original Zombies mode, and they hadn't thought of the 'plot' by that time. Samantha didn't exist. None of it did...
anonymous Jul 18th, 2011 7:09pm report
it's about how Samantha is affected by the zombie breakout. And she blames her father for the state she's in and how she's no longer human. She toys with the survivors to state that she lives again
anonymous Jun 28th, 2011 6:14pm report
This is from Sam's POV probably. She wants to kill the survivors but she knows they wont give up easily. Maybe she knows what each one of them desires "I know the things your dreaming"
"I love when you weepin" this one was off I mean none of the survivors seemed like they'd break or cry. Maybe Richtofen dreams about the things he had done and thanks to that diseas he has where he cant control his emotions he feels guilty or unconciously cries?
This interpretation has been marked as poor. view anyway
anonymous Apr 20th, 2011 4:58pm report
the song is about the life of jesus. He said father, why have you forsaken me, right before he died. Then when he says I live again, it represents his resurrection from the cross. Hence, why it is in Nazi Zombies. The zombies are partially resurrected soldiers from World War 2 but they were forced to death to return a new life.
anonymous Mar 4th, 2011 3:03pm report
Lullaby for a dead man is the easter egg for the Nazi zombie map Verrukt, it is sung about Samantha and her relation with the Zombies (in other words, they hate her).
anonymous Feb 21st, 2011 2:45pm report
Found on Call of Duty: World at War. It seems to tell a story about a lost identity and how he/she will never give up living.
More Elena Siegman song meanings »
Submit Your Interpretation
|When I Was Older||anonymous|
|Therefore I Am||anonymous|
|Santa Tell Me||anonymous|
|You're So Vain||anonymous|
|Light My Fire||anonymous|
|Never Gonna Give You Up||anonymous|
|Party in the U.S.A.||anonymous|