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  • 12 Foot Ninja - Kingdom

    Hello everyone,

    Id like to introduce you a band that is nearly exclusively christian in their lyrical content (which i believe is intentional), 12 Foot Ninja. They are an Australian Metal/Hard Rock band that has been around for about 12 years, but has started finally making waves in the mainstream over the last few years.

    The lyrics being posted here are from their song called "Kingdom". When you read the lyrics, i find they made the most sense if you take the point of view of Christ:


    You are the owner/operator,
    You are the designated driver,
    The captain and the crew,
    The I, I see in you,
    This is your world,
    And you,
    It's master

    Brother,
    This is your dominion,
    When will you embrace,
    And love your kingdom,
    Your kingdom!

    You are the self-made liberator,
    You are the heart-wave generator,
    From death into the new,
    The I, I see in you,
    You are the light accelerator.

    Brother,
    This is your dominion,
    When will you embrace,
    And love your kingdom,
    Your kingdom!

    I am the self-made liberator,
    I am the alpha and omega.

    Brother,
    This is your dominion,
    When will you embrace,
    And love your kingdom,
    Your kingdom!


    Here is the link to the song for your ear's pleasure, enjoy!


    Last edited by Konawolv; 10-03-2018, 07:58 PM.

  • #2
    Good stuff. They remind me of Faith No More, but yet have a lot better message and don't come across near as creepy lol.

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    • #3
      For sure. Instead of being on the creepy side like many of these bands are (to gain attention), they choose to take the route of not taking themselves very seriously on the outside. They will throw funk and jazz into their songs and dress up as hippies in their videos for comic relief, and the general rock crow has eaten it up. I dont think many of their listeners really understand what their lyrical content is though.

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