Talk:Shadow the Hedgehog
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edit I Am All Of Me
I'm serious here - it's a metaphor for a heroin addiction. Just a few lines:
"I see no hear no evil, black writing's on the wall" - Buying a packet in a back alley "Black hearted evil, brave hearted hero," Black tar, him trying to fight it. "One step forward, two steps back," he wants to overcome it; he's failed before.
As he continues the song, he becomes more resolute to stop this time:
"I see and feel the evil, my hands will crush 'em all "You think you have the answer, I'll laugh and watch you fall "Black-hearted evil or brave-hearted hero," - He knows it's wrong and he's fighting it.
"Can you see all of me? Walk into my mystery, Step inside and hold on for dear life" Anticipating the highs. "Do you remember me, capture you and set you free," the injection.
"I am all of me." All of him wants to fight the addiction, yet he feels incomplete without it. He's desperately fighting the addiction to heroin but it's difficult to know if he will relapse or not. Breech Loader (talk) 00:45, February 4, 2014 (UTC)