El Diablo en Mi Muerte

from by Shea Bilé

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Just moments before his final death, a man experiences a daunting rendezvous with the divine. As he encounters the most sacred Death, he realizes that he has lived a life entirely disconnected from his greatest power, his connection to all things and the great beyond. He has lived a life unable to realize that the infinite was within his very spirit, but must embrace the staggering reality that he is soon to be married to the infinite night forever. Holy Death embraces her son, as falls into a perfect slumber for eternity.


:╪: Lyrics :╪:

Drifting upon a solar flare
she's wilted but bleeding her fires forever
He's Aztlan twice removed
three days past noon -
our final afternoon

She's that hallowed god parent
who named me after my father's infinity

but yet I'm still there
lying in the chapel
bathing in my final baptismal

Mommy's encased in a golden frame
drowning in the depths of an emerald
She's carried upon the backs of Cherub children
buried as pretend-stars
She's shining as a goddess in the congregation
of my date of birth now deferred

In the name of the surrogate sacred mother
sunlit goddess of the endless desert
In the name of the moonlit maiden of holy places
where she waits for me at the end of all things

In the name of all things
only when I'm drowning do I finally dream
Only when she buries me deep underneath the sands
do I finally have a name

In the name of the ever-afters,
only when I've died before the goddess
do I finally have a father

And only when sets me down to rest
do I finally sleep

And there I died
from earthen graves
the local natives rose to wave goodbye
they carried my bloodied body
and held a last supper in my honor

I'm a long-count in a distant desert
a clock stopped before completion
I'm an inconvenient unholy beauty
but the truth a has set me

So I'm taking my death and I'm painting it perfectly
painters and priests they give sight and lead
while the ill-sighted are led
the remaining innocence bleeds into the rain
drowning everyone in attendance

And the children's faces are stained a dirty red
they rise to awaken me, yet again

She cradles me
She cradles me in my final moments
as we crossed the threshold quietly

Humming softly
she plants me a kiss
Momma said there'd be days like this

Momma said there'd be days like this


from Tzimtzum, released April 9, 2016



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Shea Bilé Los Angeles, California

Shea Bilé is often heard somewhere on the Moon speaking in tongues with fallen angelic-eccentric flair. Within these songs resonate a sonic ceremonial fusion of not-so-subtle tragic instrumentation and lyricism born of aggro-elegant punk-poetic and unrepentant occulture.

Socal-based poet, Shea Bilé, is a relentless storyteller of the 5th dimension, and the Never-afters that follow
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