Some lyrical analysis:
"They'll come soon I keep waiting, and I wait, won't somebody, come save me." - There is a hostage, who is waiting for his assassinators to come. He waits, and is praying that someone will come and save him/her.
"You've crossed the walls, excelled, further along through their hell." - The soldiers have passed through many rooms (the walls), excelling into the hell of the criminals who hold the hostage captive.
"All for my heart I watch you kill. You always have, you always will." - The hostage watches his/her saviors kill, for they are rescuing his/her life. The soldiers have always killed and always will kill (for it is their duty).
"Now spread your wings and sail out to me." - This shows a desperate cry for help. For the soldiers to do whatever they can to come and take the hostage home.
"And if you're feeling lucky/loved, come and take me home." - If the soldiers feel lucky enough to find the person and if they feel loved enough, they will come and take the hostage home.
Tim - Pittsburgh, PA