Fire in my eyes, mix my soul with the napalm
This entire line seems devoted to Ancient Greece. It’s a very clever allusion to the ways of the old and his rounded method of thought from ancient to modern.
During those times, there were entities called ‘Daimons’ which Socrates (Often known to be the father of Ancient Greek Philosophy) consulted to judge whether something was just or unjust. Daimons have been translated as ‘Demon’ as well which Lil B employs the implied Double Entendre as the representation for both sides of this word to signify balance. The ‘Daimon’ which leads one to the right path and the ‘Demon’ which leads one astray. The fire in his eyes represents the mere passion of the Daimons or Demons.
As for the latter portion of the line, he alludes to Greek Fire with the mention of napalms. Greek Fire is a substance shrouded by mystery since its recipes have been lost. It was famous for its resistance to water. In fact, rather than be put out by water, Greek Fire would grow if doused. To mix one’s soul with such an object would indicate the growth of Lil B’s soul when put down or ‘Hated on’ unlike most others who might be extinguished.
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