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SPREAD THE SICKNESS - INFECT THE WORLD

OVERBURDENED

(Spoken softly)

Fate is so unkind
Now I should have known
Blind leading the blind
Reaping what I’ve sown
If it all amounts to nothing
Why  then am I standing in this line?
 

Hell is still overburdened
I must stand and wait in line
I may never know for certain
When will be my time
How was I considered evil?
Pleasures taken in this life?
Someone granted me reprieval
Decades spent in strife

Led to nothing
Repeated in my mind
Led to nothing
If only I was born another time

 

Hell is still overburdened
I must stand and wait in line
Hell is still overburdened
How have I been so determined malign?

 

It’s the closing of the curtain
In the play that was my life
Countless chapters left unopened
Tragedies inside
I was fighting for a reason
Holy blessed homicide
Seems I have committed treason
All I’ve sacrificed

Led to nothing

Repeated in my mind

Led to nothing

If only I was born another time

Hell is still overburdened

I must stand and wait in line

Hell is still overburdened

How have I been so determined malign?

Hell is still overburdened

I must stand and wait in line

Hell is still overburdened

How have I been so determined malign?

Fate is so unkind

Now I should have known

Blind leading the blind

Reaping what I’ve sown

If it all amounts to nothing

Why  then am I standing in this line?

Hell is still overburdened

I must stand and wait in line

Hell is still overburdened

How have I been so determined malign?

Hell is still overburdened

I must stand and wait in line

Hell is still overburdened

How have I been so determined malign?

SONG MEANING

“About a soldier standing in line waiting to pass through the gates of hell, and he’s in line with all these other soldiers that died in the course of battle and they’re all wondering why they got there. All of you who are hypersensitive to any mention of the word “soldier” being associated with a place called “hell” let me offer my explanation. The song is an idea, a concept, an ironic image in my mind, the notion in this case that someone fought for what he/she thought was right, only to have been misled and forced to deal with the consequences. I have deep love, respect, and admiration for our soldiers who defend our way of life.”