"Flesh In Chains" as written by and Christian Chris Pohl....
Black leather
Cold skin
Warped bodies are moving
Silver chains
Razor blades
Torture, of the flesh
On your knees
Feel the pain
The principles, of lust
Forbidden dreams
Forbidden dreams
The nightmare
Of pleasure, and pain

You see your flesh in chains
You feel your flesh in chains
You want your flesh in chains
You need your flesh in chains

Fires are burning
Flames of the heart
The smell of blood
In the air
Sweet torture
Sweet pain
Mutilation, of your body
You can't move
You can't cry
Tears of pain
In your eyes
You break down
On the floor
Your heart stops beating
Now

You see your flesh in chains
You feel your flesh in chains
You want your flesh in chains
You need your flesh in chains

You see your flesh in chains
You feel your flesh in chains
You want your flesh in chains
You need your flesh in chains

Flesh in chains
You want your flesh in chains
Flesh in chains
You need your flesh in chains


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"Flesh in Chains" as written by Christian Chris Pohl

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    General CommentThis song sounds really unique. It starts out with these organs playing, and then it turns into this dancy, pumping, electronic music. I love this song, always have, it's one of my favorite Terminal Choice songs. I like this whole album as a matter of fact, although I've heard that Christian Pohl [the man behind T.C] regrets ever making this album. I thinks its one of his best T.C. albums. I've been a T.C. fan for a long time, and I really must say T.C. really played a part in getting me hooked onto electronic music of all kinds [because of this album]. I've also seen how T.C. has grown in popularity since I first learned of them. I'm not sure if thats a good thing though, since they seem to change there style to get more fans, who knows. Anyway I still love this band.
    Ratgirlon June 10, 2002   Link

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