"120 Days" as written by and Sean Colpoys Jerry Mobley....
Do our choosing without hesitation
Give yourself over to sin
Your one chance for redemption
Will come when the spark is ignited within

Forced to severe the ties
To this world which is bound by lies
Free from original sin
Forced to find what was hidden within

Breath you in… Lead you out

Inflame your passions within our depravity
Give yourself over to sin
You won't emerge without transformation…
Flesh or soul will win

Forced to severe the ties
To this world which is bound by lies
You're free from original sin
Forced to find what was hidden within

Forced to lay, locked away
Made to serve, another 120 days

You rise in the presence of our libertinage
Taste all the pleasures of sin
Your one desire controlled by perversion, Compelled by lust within

Forced to severe the ties
To this world which is bound by lies
You're free from original sin
Release what was hidden within

Forced to lay, locked away
Made to serve, another 120 days

I slide a glance in your direction
Just what you need
And then you'll want to say
"Fill my hole with your affection"
Conditioned to begin
Ten more hours to save your flowers
Or watch them wilt away
We'll hunt you
We want you
Where forever is one day


Lyrics submitted by RayvinFae

"120 Days" as written by Jennifer Ann Zimmerman Anthony Rickert

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Peermusic Publishing

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    General Comment120 Days, it comes from the book from the Marquis de Sade called 120 Days of Sodom.
    KILBYon April 04, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis song is really good. The female vocals are great. It sounds like a death metal /Industrial song. I like both Death Metal, and Industrial music, so obviously I like this. However I dont like The Genitorturers other songs as much. This is their best song in my opinion.
    Ratgirlon June 11, 2002   Link

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