#1
The cross.


In a pool of blood stands an eternity of darkness, drowned by the false hopes of Christ’s prophets.
So the forsaken son dies at the hand of man, sewn to the eye of a heartless god.
So it is written; he who is holy shall be silenced by a torturous death, and he who is the darkness shall shine on and be heard for an eternity.

Damnation burns plenty in uncountable numbers.

To the cross of god we run, to the hills of sacrifice we crawl, bent by our hunger for life, we look to the cross for salvation.
As your savior lye in this eternal dust, we die, and we cry, and in the end we sing for the fact that we are alive.

B.J.Howell
#2
I don't get the last line. First it says we die, but then we're alive?

Also, as a christian, idk what to think of it.
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#3
^This. I think this would pass in a sort of death-metal-make-fun-of-Christianity circle, but to me that whole theme is rather overdone. The first verse is pretty solid, but the rest is garbage. Also, "lye" is a chemical used to dissolve organic material. I believe the word you're looking for is "lie", which is both to tell a falsehood and to lay somewhere for a period of time.
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Its the Lydian mode; formed in Eastern Arabia when the Persians invaded England.


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try the sexolydian scale.