It was the wicked and wild wind, Blew down the doors to let me in. Shattered windows and the sound of drums, People couldn't believe what I'd become. "It was a wicked of wild wind, blew down the doors to let me in, shattered windows in the sound of drums, people couldn't believe what I've become. Feel the fear in my enemy's eyes there was never an honest word and that was when I ruled the world, It was the wicked and wild wind, Blew. And, of course, catchy. Thus the qualifier to that line also makes perfect sense: Thanks for stopping by Aldair. Just a fun thing i found about the song. After the revolution, the king was falsely remembered to be "weak, without personnality, dominated by his woman, stupid, fat, a good for nothing" and even to be a tyrant and a despot which was hard to imagine, all the people who knew truely the king knew that he could has been anything but a tyrant , this is how the revolutionnaries wanted the king to be remembered, all in order to save and defend the Revolution. Also it is NOT napoleon but really King Louis the XVI Flag civilwarhero96 on June 04, You are an obviously smart, educated and daring mind who has come up with an imaginative interpretation of the song. Carlos Cruz on November 6, at 4: Übersetzung Viva La Vida deutsche Übersetzung. I absolutely love it Notify me of new posts via email. The song contains a hopeful vision, that one who once ruled the world and lost it all has found something far greater by his love for and obedience to the same Jesus Christ who saved the Emperor Constantine seventeen centuries ago. Afterward he is haunted by guilt. No Replies Log in to reply. Or do men like Hitler get off home free as Woody Allen suggested in Crimes and Misdemeanors? But knowing the story of the new and old testaments well, I do consider that you may have twisted the lyrics so they can fit with what seems to be your own anti-christian bias. Alle Musiker Finde Musiker anhand ihres Anfangsbuchstabens: Notify me of new comments via email.