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Behind The Veil Lyrics By Dream Theater Songs Album: Dream Theater Year: 2013 What would possess you to justify Such dark and twisted ways? What kind of m

Dream Theater - Behind The Veil
Dream Theater - Behind The Veil


Dream Theater - Behind The Veil Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

Album: Dream Theater
Released: 2013

Behind The Veil Lyrics


What would possess you to justify
Such dark and twisted ways?
What kind of monster would come to feast
When the devil shows his face?
What does it take for life to change
And a mind to lose control?
Cruelly left you to suffer the blame
After all the lies you told

I am finding courage in my darkest hour
I am bent, not broken
Calling out

Someone save me, look Behind The Veil
Please don't walk away
Someone save me, bring me home tonight
I can't face another day

Can you see the stranger
Hiding in plain sight?
Feeding on the chaos
When the lightning strikes
There's no redemption
There's no being saved
There's no salvation
For a soul depraved

You are finding promise in your finest hour
You are bent, not broken
Calling out

Writer/s: PETRUCCI, JOHN / MYUNG, JOHN / LABRIE, KEVIN JAMES / MANGINI, MICHAEL / RUDESS, JORDAN
Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
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Behind The Veil
  • Keyboardist Jordan Rudess told the story of the song's creation to MusicRadar.com : "The intro was a lot of fun because I got to do my thing," he said. "It started out kind of orchestral, but then we thought that maybe we should go in another direction. People left it up to me somewhat, everybody was pretty busy with some other things, so I started working on a cinematic idea but one that wasn't orchestral; it would be more otherworldly."

    "It wasn't going to use violins or trumpets or French horns," Rudess continued. "But it was going to use these other beautiful sounds. I called upon the Alchemy program because it has this Dream Voices collection of sounds. I had such a good time in the studio with Rich, just finding all of these sounds and saying, 'Oh, that's a great one. Let's record that.' And each sound would start to change the music and dictate where things were going. This song allowed me to use the Roli Seaboard, too, so I was able to call up some otherworldly sounds and instruments, as well."

    "This song is another good example of what happens very naturally with us." concluded Rudess. "Dream Theater is something of a musical melting pot, so it makes sense and feels right for us to have a lot of different styles happening on top of each other. That feels more right than having something that is just one thing, one approach, throughout."

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