is behind you.
- May 25, 2001
Does anyone know what it is?
Originally posted by The Suicider
Didn't someone thoroughly explain the concept in another thread somewhere? I think it was taken from an interview.
Originally posted by Onan
Still Life: A man is banished from his village because he renounced his faith, he returns for his loved one, Melinda, who has by now been engaged to another man ("She had sworn her vows to another"). He manages to get her to run away with him ("My promise is made but my heart is thine"), they are caught by her fiance who kills her accusing our hero ("Red line around her neck, met the earth in silence"), our hero goes bezerk swearing revenge ("Each and everyone will die at my hand") but is caught and hanged ("Hangman, clutching at his tools"). Well, these are my thoughts, backed up by quotes, what do you guys think?
Originally posted by Opet
Still Life I was listening to 2 weeks ago for about a week again, and I thought I had something sort of figured out but I was wrong. I thought HE killed Melinda. I thought HE got so mad that she wouldn't be with him because of her vows, that he killed her. Sort of a "if I can't have her, no one will" but I figured that out finally. Someone else killed her! Her hubby would be a great guess. I was thinking towns people.