Disturbed Lyrics

David Draiman: Vocals
Dan Donegan: Guitar
Fuzz: Bass
Mike Wengren: Drums

"What I'm trying to do from a lyrical perspective is bring
back the majesty of metal," says David Draiman, defining
Believe, the follow-up to Disturbed's multi-platinum debut,
The Sickness. "With this album I wanted to speak about
important things in a grand way, and even touch on things
that may not seem so important, but come at them from a
perspective that makes them inviting, delicious--even
foreboding in a way."
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My current stomach virus | Reviewer: Larry
    ------ About the song Down With The Sickness performed by Disturbed

This masterpiece has helped me relate meaning through a difficult round of diarrhea and vomiting this morning.

"Can you feel that?
Ah, shit."

"Your servant I kneel...the sickness is rising...decaying in me"

2014-01-27 | Reviewer: No name brand
    ------ About the song Darkness performed by Disturbed

Disturbed is mostly about god, so Watch out with those signs, Wicca, satanisme, and other evil symbols, like illuminati may of not mention on it but its there. Hope people Watch out. there always more evil its just hiden. The truth is out there!

Nice. | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Indestructible performed by Disturbed

Kind of reminds me of Rorke from CoD: Ghosts. He is practically indestructible, I mean, if you played the camapign, he survived a freakin' 5-foot drop into water and debris, then survived the Federation's torture, and THEN still lived after falling 1,000-something feet in the sky, then lived through a damn shot to the heart from a .44 Magnum. THEN he lives through the water (again), survives the rods, and carries Logan off. Ending sucks, but Rorke is pretty much this song.

*Correct hebrew translation | Reviewer: sleepy
    ------ About the song Stupify performed by Disturbed

Elyana is inccorect.
"Tefached" in fact means "be afraid, while "lefached" means "to be afraid". "Do not be afraid" is "al tefached.
Source:me. I'm israeli and I speak Hebrew every day.

Correct hebrew translation | Reviewer: Elyana
    ------ About the song Stupify performed by Disturbed

I speak hebrew and phonetically what he is saying is Tefached, which means "Don't be afraid" not be afraid like most people have said. In hebrew "Be afraid" would start with a Lamed which is an L sound and would be Lefached.

Amazing song | Reviewer: Metal Teen 666
    ------ About the song The Night performed by Disturbed

In my opinion, the song says honor as opposed to armor. By letting your honor fall and giving yourself over to the darker side of the human soul, you are free from the inhibitions placed upon you and thus are far more effective, efficient, ruthless, and overall powerful. The character has realized this and is trying to convince the world and groups like the Church of their folly. When they tell him that he is wrong he tells them that this is solution to their problems. "Are you going to deny the savior in front of your eyes?" The song, theme wise, reminds me of I'm Alive.

awesome song | Reviewer: Simeon
    ------ About the song Down With The Sickness performed by Disturbed

This song is awesome. It's got the Disturbed style in it like every single one of their song... and Mona you said that this sounds like Dave gave his soul to the devil... well hes a autheist :D

awesome | Reviewer: My Horses Names Dave
    ------ About the song Conflict performed by Disturbed

The song is great, although the repetition of the word enemy is a little overboard, I feel it could have the ability to hypontise people. The second part of the song is eerie and unforgiving, great job.

darkness | Reviewer: adrianna
    ------ About the song Darkness performed by Disturbed

i never herd this song but im preety shure its a good song tho :)

The Greatest Sacrifice | Reviewer: Peter Wiggin
    ------ About the song I'm Alive performed by Disturbed

The song says that he will never make the greatest sacrifice, but what is the greatest sacrifice? Does he mean his life? Anybody who believes that is an imbecile. The greatest sacrifice is to give yourself up, to let yourself become brainwashed. YOU are alive! YOU can decide what YOU believe in. Don't let others decide for you. My mother always used to punish me for listening to metal because she is the biggest brainwashed, hypocritical Catholic zombie ever to walk on this Earth. I told her to leave me alone and by the next day I had about four gigs of Slayer and Disturbed on my MP3. Stand up for yourself! You have rights and if you have the sense to listen to Disturbed, you are probably smart enough to think for yourself and not be a part of the system. Disturbed forever!

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