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Maynard James Keenan explains on the aMOTION DVD how the song is about his mother Judith Marie Keenan, a very religious person, who suffered a stroke and was restricted to a wheelchair for the rest of her life. This stroke only strengthened her belief in God - something that Maynard found to be pretty ironic.

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  • Avatar for SkywardKangaroo
    This song is not anti-Christian, it's just a totem of (completely justifiable) frustration at someone's terminal illness
  • Avatar for sheburon
    Still great.
  • Avatar for synmesjasza
    Kawał dobrego alt rocka.
  • Avatar for Predator-Wolf
  • Avatar for Taiteki
    "Mer de Noms" was released in 2000. Judith died in 2003. It wasn't written in memory of her. "Wings for Marie (Pt. 1)" and "10,000 Days (Wings Pt. 2)" were written in memory of her.
  • Avatar for lone_starr
    only 90's kids will remeber
  • Avatar for RebelGlassZero
    I can think of a million different ways to honor a mother's memory, but this song isn't one of them.
  • Avatar for bartende_r
    My teenage years were this.
  • Avatar for Sal-ival
    Catchy bassline.
  • Avatar for kirokage
    This song was my introduction to APC.

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