A moment in time worthy only of solitude. A stranger not meant for another to see. Lived in the night so his wickedness way. The body counts rise, the ratings will soar. Counting the lies and keeping the score. Look at the light based on faith that deserts you. You are the hunted, the victim, the prey and the fallen. A lamb in the line has been lead to the slaughter. Another to join all the ghosts from before.
Join all the ghosts from before. Can’t tell the way out from a drain to the floor. Sole purveyor of your own unrest. No one owes you a god damn thing. Narcissist fills it with tears of blood. Poison Juno’s choking lapdog deepen the cut. No one cares what the fuck you think.
Thanks to ejlib for sending these lyrics. All lyrics are the property and copyright of their respective owners. All lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only. The concepts of the soul are often associated with mirrors, which results in a wealth of superstition surrounding mirrors. Mirrors also have a strong connection to spirits. Mirrors are covered when some dies, because according to some superstitions, a mirror can trap the soul of the person who dies. Broken MirrorA broken mirror to this day is said to bring seven years of bad luck. This curse goes back thousands of years ago to the period of ancient Romans. Read about the origin of this superstition and other related information.
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