avarice and stubbornness - converge into stupidity. in two we have begotten our desserts and transform. as we become food for the earth and for the rats. i never forgot a face and this time i'm taking names - this time i'm...
screech and pop of this hollow shell would have provided escape for the fortunate. the fortunate i am not, as i have lived for hours. my dying image, my innards are ripped and picked away at by my "comrades" literally and figuratively, the teeth goes through the tongue. i am willing to die for my fair share and for my share i have died.
if i wake before i die, there'll be hell to pay. but for my share, i'm left in half, so i guess i'm fucked.
screech and pop of this hollow shell would have provided escape. there were never signs of it slowing down as it ripped right through me. if i could just die before my children eat me, literally and figuratively, the teeth go through the tongue. am i dying or just waking up? am i dying or just waking up? i'm in half. mass killing spree. if we all could just die before our children eat us. like a train through a pigeon. i'm now filled with empathy. if we all could just die before our children eat us. a failure to move will result in your death.


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    General Commenti love this song! it's so awesome it makes me giggle for some reason!
    superSaladchoiceon May 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about a fetus being aborted in the first person who's parents could have afforded to take care of him, but didn't. I still can't make sense of the line, line " if we all could just die before our children eat us." Only thing I can think to make sense of that line is that maybe the parents were afraid the child would replace them some how? The lyrics for this song are just off the wall.
    tadd75on May 18, 2009   Link

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