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Disturbed - Deify

All my devotion betrayed
I am no longer afraid
I was too blinded to see
How much you've stolen from me

You want to know why I feel so horrified?
I let my innocence die
You want to know why I can't be pacified?
You made me bury something
I won't be sleeping tonight

I only wanted a blessing made
Now I've been labeled a renegade
It seems so clear now what I must do
You're no immortal
I won't let them
Deify you
They view, you as the new messiah
Deify you
Renew belief in some demented man

You want to know why it seems the passion has died?
We've all been living this lie
You want to know why my will has been fortified?
You've made me hunger again
Good luck sleeping tonight

I only wanted a blessing made
Now I've been labeled a renegade
It seems so clear now what I must do
You're no immortal
I won't let them
Deify you
They view you as the new messiah
Deify you
Renew belief in some demented man

All my devotion betrayed
I am no longer afraid
All my devotion betrayed
I am no longer afraid
I was too blinded to see
How much you've stolen from me
I was too blinded to see
All my devotion betrayed
I am no longer afraid
I was too blinded to see
How much you've stolen from me

Deify you
They view you as the new messiah
Deify you
Renew belief in some demented man

Deify you
Leave you, you as the new messiah
All my devotion betrayed
I am no longer afraid
Deify you
Renew belief in some demented myth (or man)
I was too blinded to see
How much you've stolen from me

"Deify" is one of the songs of the album "Ten Thousand Fists", an album directed towards George Bush and despite being denied as a political album, "Ten Thousand Fists" is considered one of the band’s most political albums to date. "Deify" is a typical track in "Ten Thousand Fists" that contains anti-war themes and political messages that reflect feelings towards American president George Bush at the time, with issues in the early 2000’s such as the War on Terror, the controversial deployment of troops into the Middle East as well as some faults America at the time with the Republican party in power.

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