This song always makes me fantasize about how horrible it would be to die and go forever unknown or have done nothing exciting in life.
I love this song. Always thought it reeked of Fe though, just not the stereotypical judgmental mother kind of Fe. More like the awesome kind of Fe that involves uniting people for one cause and fighting back against the oppressors. Especially this part:
He said, "Son when you grow up,
would you be the saviour of the broken,
the beaten and the damned?"
He said "Will you defeat them,
your demons, and all the non-believers,
the plans that they have made?"
That's just my interpretation of it though. Either way, it's a really empowering song.