Songs of Sacrilege: Parasite God by Mortiis

This is the ninth installment in the Songs of Sacrilege series. This is a series that I would like readers to help me with. If you know of a song that is irreverent towards religion, makes fun of religion, pokes fun at sincerely held religious beliefs, or challenges the firmly held religious beliefs of others, please leave the name the song in the comment section or send me an email.

Today’s Song of Sacrilege is Parasite God by Mortiis.

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Lyrics

We are floating – Above the mountains.
Watching all the tiny people.
How they waste themselves away.
Obey themselves away.

How willingly – They lay their love.
How willingly – They sacrifice themselves,
To the Locust Master – to the one that drowned the world.

They love their Parasite God – Yet they crucify me.

How willingly – They lay their love.
How willingly – They sacrifice themselves,
to the bringer of hunger – to the one that drowned the world.

They love their Parasite God – Yet they crucify me.

I want to be your Parasite God.
So i can show you what you really are.
I want to be your Parasite God.
So i can show you what you really are.

They love their Parasite God – Yet they crucify me.

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2 Comments

  1. Rob

    This is weird. I consider myself no longer a christian, although i am not sure if i am an agnostic or atheist at this point. But definitely the god of the bible, at least as worshiped today by modern christians, that guy does not exist. period. But these song choices make me want to vomit, pretty much. It’s like they mock god by wanting to be a god instead, which is really the definition of satanic. Does that make sense? It’s like if there is no god, why hate him, or mock him, or try to be him? satanic mindset and to me that is an indirect proof of a god. ugh. A lot of cognitive dissonance for me on this series of posts.

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    1. Bruce Gerencser (Post author)

      I am not picking the songs. These are songs submitted by fellow readers. Music is subjective, so lyrics can be interpreted various ways. Some styles I like, others I don’t.

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