Silently in Hell
Life was my teacher,
I listened and I learned;
the lessons I was given,
these scars I have earned.
I was just a soldier,
my duties I did well;
so don't point your fingers to condemn me
I've already been to hell.
I have soared above the mountains
and sailed across the seas;
I have walked with death through darkness
as they made a warrior out of me . . .
From the bowels of hell I heard Satan call,
from Heaven I watched an angel fall;
the wings were taken from his back,
the snow white robe turned to black.
He was with God right from the start,
now from Heaven he must depart;
Satan's voice cried out from hell,
it tarnished his soul and the angel fell.
With mortal man he now must dwell,
tormented in this living hell;
his jealousy was his demise,
his loving heart was just a guise.