(DAVID in Hebrew means "Beloved".) Please don't take offense at my writings. I am a fairly average person. I listen to Disturbed. I Love the Lyrics. I rarely listen to anything else. David's voice is hypnotic to me. It 'inspires' me, sometimes, to write 'disturbing' lyrics in answer to his 'disturbing' lyrics. I like to try to discern what was going on in David's mind at the time he writes them.(I am infatuated with Him like Kirstie Alley is over Jamie Fox! And EVERYONE knows it. I don't expect anything to ever come from it. I have not lost touch with reality.) No harm in that, and I Mean no harm. I watch video clips on them all the time, so I know David loves it when people 'really' LISTEN to the lyrics that he has taken so much effort to create. They are like pieces of him. Like in Pain Redefined, when he says, "You'll 'bury' me tonight" it sounds just like he is saying, "You'll 'marry' me tonight! THAT is what I mean by "Multi-Meaning Lyrics", whether it is intentional on his part, or not.That is why I never get tired of listening; nearly every time I listen, I can get something else out of it. Kind of like when you read the Bible. And maybe That Is David's Intentions. He Was raised in a strictly devout Jewish home, so I know he was ingrained with the roots and aspects of the Bible. It keeps me in constant study of his motive, and I think there is a lot of it in the choices he makes. Even back to his very young days of aspirations of becoming an 'icon'. I think it 'drove' him to 'seek out' Brawl, a band with the sound he wanted to mold into his own 'style' of music, which he has successfully done. That is why they got rid of Fuzz. Fuzz was not willing to give over 'control' to David-the genius who has meticulously arranged the success of Disturbed. I love investigating every detail concerning their 'before-during-and after' rise to success.(Besides, In the past year since I have been doing Disturbed, I have lost over 50 pounds!) I do not want to stop Now!