"White Heat, Red Hot" as written by and Glenn Raymond Tipton....
The father's son, thy kingdom come, electric ecstasy,
Deliver us from all the fuss and give us sanctuary
Lead us all into arena, magnificent in death
Well let us serenade the sinner, we'll follow in his step

White heat, red hot burns deep, white heat red hot
The fury songs, venomous wrongs so rich in tragedy,
An overture forever more to senseless victories
Give to us this day of glory the power and the kill
So we avoid the wrath and all the almighty fire of

White heat, red hot burns deep, white heat red hot
The heat's hot burns a lot who are not cut out to fight this day will surely fall
The few who stand to take command forever and ever are men

Prepare to fight, unsheathe your scythe a ghastly beam of ill
To slice the life with blinding light and seventh dimensional skill
The centuries of dedication inherited till at last
From years of solar gladiation can only end in

White heat, red hot, burns deep, white heat red hot
The heat's hot burns a lot who are not cut out to fight this day will surely fall
Few who stand to take command forever and ever are men

White heat
Red hot
White heat
Red hot


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"White Heat, Red Hot" as written by Glenn Raymond Tipton

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    General CommentThis song is about light sabers (as in Star Wars), actually.

    Prepare to fight, unsheathe your scythe a ghastly beam of ill
    To slice the life with blinding light and seventh dimensional skill.
    The centuries of dedication inherited till at last
    From years of solar gladiation can only end in
    White Heat Red Hot....

    This album was written in the midst of Star Wars-Mania in 1977, and this is their tribute to the light saber. Pretty cool.
    bronchialon August 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt's about being nuked, and war in general. The whole Stained Class album seems to have a futuristic/War theme with the exception of "Beyond The Realms of death.
    JudasPriest1977on January 02, 2005   Link

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