My Mercy
Coal Chamber Lyrics


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When I die I'll die in my mercy.
When she cries I'll cry with her.
In my life see I've loved an angel.

My mercy.
My mercy.

Such a glance the softest of skin.
Wax dripping so paper thin.
Remember oils positions of plenty.
Well this memory hot it still haunts me.

We are love we are love.
When I die I'll die in my mercy
And when she cries I'll cry with her and in my life see I've loved an angel.

My mercy.
My mercy eternal to me.

We are love we are made of many.
We are two we are made of a few.

You've taken my life and left me to blame.
You'll never understand the shame.
I would die for my mercy can't you see?
Eternally, eternally.
We are





Love we are made of many. we are two we are made of few.
We are made of few.

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of Coal Chamber's song "My Mercy" portray the story of a person who has loved someone like an angel and would die for them. The opening lines "When I die I'll die in my mercy. When she cries I'll cry with her" convey the idea that the person wants to be a source of comfort to their loved one in times of grief. The phrase "die in my mercy" is a way of saying that they would sacrifice their life for their loved one if needed.


The lyrics go on to describe how this love is remembered through fleeting moments of intimacy like "a glance", "the softest of skin", and "wax dripping so paper thin". These moments are juxtaposed with the pain of memories that still haunt the person like "oils positions of plenty" that hint at a past of excessive luxury or indulgence. Despite the pain, the person still sees this love as eternal, and they repeat the phrase "My mercy" like a mantra throughout the song.


The final lines "You've taken my life and left me to blame. You'll never understand the shame. I would die for my mercy can't you see? Eternally, eternally" appear to be addressing someone who has hurt the person, left them feeling guilty, and unable to fully express their love. The person yearningly repeats "We are love we are made of many" and identifies themselves as "two...made of a few" as though trying to express a complex and intimate connection. Overall, the lyrics convey themes of deep love, sacrifice, grief, and guilt.


Line by Line Meaning

When I die I'll die in my mercy.
I will have mercy upon myself when I pass away.


When she cries I'll cry with her.
I will empathize with her and cry alongside her if she ever cries.


In my life see I've loved an angel.
I have loved someone who seems angelic to me.


My mercy.
I am focusing on showing mercy to myself.


My mercy.
I am constantly reminding myself of the mercy I will show myself.


Such a glance the softest of skin.
I recall a moment where I saw someone's soft skin while glancing at them.


Wax dripping so paper thin.
Wax was seen dripping, appearing thin and fragile.


Remember oils positions of plenty.
I remember places where there were plenty of oils.


Well this memory hot it still haunts me.
The vivid memory still affects me strongly.


We are love we are love.
We are beings of love and compassion.


And when she cries I'll cry with her and in my life see I've loved an angel.
I will always empathize with her and recall moments where I lovingly saw her as angelic.


My mercy.
The emphasis on showing mercy to myself remains.


My mercy eternal to me.
This focus on showing myself mercy will be everlasting.


We are love we are made of many.
As humans, we consist of many emotions, including love.


We are two we are made of a few.
As a duo, we only consist of a few key elements.


You've taken my life and left me to blame.
You have taken my existence and left me in a position where I am held accountable for everything.


You'll never understand the shame.
You will never be able to comprehend the embarrassment I feel.


I would die for my mercy can't you see?
I am deeply committed to showing myself mercy, to the point where I am willing to die for it.


Eternally, eternally.
This commitment is everlasting and unchanging.


We are made of few.
As a duo, we only consist of a few key elements.




Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: BRADLEY JAMES FAFARA, MIGUEL RASCON, MIKE COX, RAYNA FOSS

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