God Is Dead? Song Lyrics

Black Sabbath

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Lost in the darkness
I fade from the light
Faith of my father, my brother, my Maker and Savior
Help me make it through the night
Blood on my conscious
And murder in mind
Out of the gloom I rise up from my tomb into impending doom
Now my body is my shrine

The blood runs free
The rain turns red
Give me the wine
You keep the bread

The voices echo in my head
Lost in the darkness
I fade from the light
Faith of my father, my brother, my Maker and Savior
Help me make it through the night
Blood on my conscious
And murder in mind
Out of the gloom I rise up from my tomb into impending doom
Now my body is my shrine

The blood runs free
The rain turns red
Give me the wine
You keep the bread

The voices echo in my head

Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 End of the Beginning
  • 2 God Is Dead?
  • 3 Loner
  • 4 Zeitgeist
  • 5 Age of Reason
  • 6 Live Forever
  • 7 Damaged Soul
  • 8 Dear Father


  • credits


    publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC , NEWMAN & COMPANY CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS
    writers: Terence Butler, Tony Iommi, John Osbourne
    album: Track 2 in album 13
    release date: 2013-6-10
    popularity : 112 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock
    styles: Heavy Metal/Doom Metal
    length: 8:53
    producer: Rick Rubin
    mixer: Andrew Scheps
    recorded by: Greg Fidelman
    guest percussion & drums: Brad Wilk
    additional recorded by: Dana Nielsen and Mike Exeter
    editor: Ryan Castle, Dana Nielsen and Jason Gossman
    assistant recorded by: Sara Lyn Killion and Sean Oakley
    guitar: Tony Iommi
    lead vocals: Ozzy Osbourne
    bass guitar: Geezer Butler
    writer: Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Ozzy Osbourne

    Album Information

    label: Vertigo
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 602537349579
    script: Latin