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August 13, 2008, 12:24:31 PM
Ever since I've heard Morbid Angel's "Thy Kingdom Come", I've always wondered what was being sung in the first lyric of the second verse. The inlay of Blessed Are the Sick and all other sources I can find state it's "Twisted oath nodebliwith", which would lead me to believe this is correct. But this causes problems in itself; namely, what "nodebliwith" is. I'm tempted to think it's a typo, but I find it strange that Googling "nodebliwith" hasn't returned anybody asking the same question as I am, as if this "word" was just glossed over. I tried to decipher some live recordings of the song, but the quality was too low to make anything out.

Does anyone have any idea what is being sung here, and if it's "nodebliwith", what this actually signifies?

Re: Nodebliwith?
August 15, 2008, 01:26:57 AM
It could be an anagram or cryptogram, any hints of what it could be are probably based in the lyrics themselves.

Second guess would be that it is something pulled out of Lovecraftian mythology or otherwise, but the internet doesn't seem to be very helpful here.

Perhaps we're not supposed to know. It could just be gibberish to stir this sort of curiosity.

Re: Nodebliwith?
August 15, 2008, 01:50:41 PM
I always thought it came from ye olde english.