"Violent Revolution" as written by and Miland Petrozza....
Society failed to tolerate me
And I have failed to tolerate society
Still I can't find what you adore
Inside I hear the echoes of an inner war
Nothing can take the horror from me
Your sick world the loss of all morality
My hate has grown as strong as my confusion
My only hope my only solution
Is a violent revolution

Violent revolution, violent revolution
Reason for the people to destroy

I do not need a cause for my rage
I just despise the nature of the human race
When all I see is repulsion and hate
Violence becomes my only friend, my saving grace
When love is lost beyond your control
A pale shadow of lust can not enlight your soul
So keep your ice cold bitter illusions
I don't need your empty world my only solution
Is a violent revolution

Violent revolution, violent revolution
Reason for the people to destroy

Beauty is no more it's all gone
And utopia will not come
Trust I can not feel, only pain
And my burning mind has gone insane


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"Violent Revolution" as written by Miland Petrozza

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  • +1
    General CommentSince there's no editing, I'll point out here what a god awful job this guy did of transcribing the lyrics to this song.

    First off, "formorality" and "amputopia" aren't words. In the context of the song, these should be (among the other corrections):

    Line 3: Still I can't find what you adore
    Line 4: Inside I hear the echoes of an inner war
    Line 6: Your sick world, the loss of all morality
    Line 14: I just despise the nature of the human race
    Line 19: So keep your ice cold bitter illusion
    Line 20: I don't need your empty world, my only solution is a
    Line 24: And utopia will not come

    Apologies, but the blatant inaccuracy has bothered me for a while. There really should be some QC here...
    AdTriloon February 07, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentKreator made a nice come back with this album, if only all the songs could have been as good as this one :(

    Mille may not be much of a poet, but he has a way with words:

    "Society failed to tolerate me, and I have failed to tolerate society" \m/
    Muzzyon April 09, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment'society failed to tolerate me
    and i have failed to tolerate society'
    great opener for a super song! this one had a big influence on my thinking a while ago it became an anthem
    love the way it sounds so hateful
    Kreator rules .their lyrics are pessimistic and antisocial but at the same time introverted and with a dose of hope.
    like them
    Visit_Romaniaon May 13, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti dig the guitar in this song. awesome thrash.
    hermanator05on November 26, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSome of the best Thrash lyrics ever.
    Ddaduttaon October 13, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentKREATOR FUCKIN RULES!!! haha the best Trash of The World...
    It's like that... the plainly frustrating and twisted the life has came to be nowadays... all those values lost, all those shattered dreams... but you know there is one thing you can do about it... and That's Start a Violent Revolution!
    MEraon April 10, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThey made a video for this.
    samwaltonon August 11, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYou know the irony of this?
    Many, if not most, of the people who say to love their songs are in fact part of the problems Mille Petrozza sings about: carnism and all it entails (the torture and murder of sentient beings, the destruction of Earth, etc.)

    He is vegan!

    For crying out loud, watch the video; don't you get it???
    Lomedinon February 17, 2017   Link
  • -1
    General Commentoh, this one is sooo good! i really love it. the lyrics are kind of hateful against the society and the common pepole. i love the rage in this song.
    TX9on June 09, 2003   Link

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