It was old Yellow-Eyes who made the deal with Mary and took her life, but the machinations of this coming about were squarely from Lucifer. It was the devil who instructed Azazel to find Mary and put her in such a position that she would agree to let him in her house in the future. With this part of the plan set, Azazel waited until Sam was born in order to put things into motion for Lucifer to make him his vessel.
Lucifer speaks to Sam for the first time in his dreams. Sam Winchester was predestined to be the Archangel Lucifer ' s true vessel. They are mostly enemies. Even though Sam was born to be Lucifer's vessel, Lucifer needed to take some precautions. So he had Azazel create the special children , in addition to freeing Lilith. Azazel managed to open a gate to Hell, and Lilith was set free. The next step was to get Dean to Hell , so he could break the first seal. Once the first seal was broken, Lilith began breaking the rest of the 66 seals so Lucifer himself could rise.
The song is built around a descending riff, with the dominant instrument being composer Syd Barrett 's electric guitar , fed through an echo machine ; the resultant sound has been likened to a "sinister" Duane Eddy. Though the lyric frequently refers to Lucifer Sam as a cat, some speculation has arisen as to whether this was in fact slang "a hip cat" for a man, real or imagined, in some type of relationship with Barrett's then-girlfriend, Jenny Spires referred to in the song as "Jennifer Gentle". Barrett later performed the song with his band Stars. Lightning Seeds covered the song as a B-side, and it appeared on their best of collection. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. EMI Columbia Tower. Ultimate Classic Rock. Retrieved 23 December