Queensrÿche: Suite Sister Mary Meaning
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Suite Sister Mary Lyrics
This song is an indictment of the hypocrisy that exists in modern religion. The lines... "Sister Mary, silent with her sin", and "Mary, Mary, just a whore for the underground" support the inferred accusation that religion is nothing more than a den of iniquity. Finally, the line... "I've no more want of any faith, bind my arm and feed my mind", speaks to the metaphor of shunning religion in favor of the secular world.
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