Entrance of the Conflagration

Album: The Crusade (2006)
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  • A common woman
    Lives by the bible
    Wed-locked a prison
    Of antiquation
    Brings life to the earth
    While losing her mind
    Trying suicide
    Hallucinating Satan

    Forcing her own blood down
    Beneath the waters to drown
    Lying dead with eyes wide open

    Spiraling downward
    Refusing all help
    Self-mutilation
    Neglects the children
    Dagger licks her neck
    Desiring escape
    Succumbing Satan
    Robbed by the seventh deadly sin

    Forcing her own blood down
    Beneath the waters to drown
    Lying dead with eyes wide open
    Believing Satan was inside
    Ordering to abide
    To destroy her cursed children

    Entrance of the conflagration

    Conditions worsen
    Searching for answers
    In holy scriptures
    Systematic plan
    Water fills the tub
    All of her children
    Floating lifelessly
    Innocence chased down and drowned

    Forcing her own blood down
    Beneath the waters to drown
    Lying dead with eyes wide open
    Believing Satan was inside
    Ordering to abide
    To destroy her cursed children Writer/s: COREY BEAULIEU, JASON SUECOF, MATTHEW HEAFY, PAOLO GREGOLETTO, TRAVIS SMITH
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Mike from Denver, Coi could care less if this album was all about news stuff.i think this band freaking kicks so much @$$ that they can write whatever f--king lyrics they want. TriViuM f--king rocks!
  • Nick from Cairns, AustraliaYeh i guess the album IS basically about news events n stuff :D. Thats pretty sad that song, not as sad as the sadness will sear songfact. But I have a hunch that the song "Unrepentant" is about the story of Nazir Ahmad's murder of his three duaghters and his stepdaughter. Just a hunch...
  • Eddie from Troy, MiDamn, i guess this album was all about true facts, thats crazy. I love trivium, they are a really good band :D
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