"Bloodline" as written by Graham Butt, Lee Churchill, Gavin Anthony King, John Charles Sunderland and Anthony Smith....
Eternal the kiss I breath
Siphon your blood to me
Feel my wounds of your god
Forever rape mortality
I smell of death
I reek of hate
I will live forever
Lost child pay the dead
Bleeding screams of silence
In my veins your eternity

I'll kill you and your dreams tonight
Begin new life
Bleed your death upon me
Let your bloodline feed my youth

First breath born come alive learn to kill
Blood-fest awaits to feed your hunger
Dark side has no rival test your faith in blood
Night hides the hunting packs a feeding frenzy

I'll kill you and your dreams tonight
Begin new life
Bleed your death upon me
Let your bloodline feed my youth

I am the first not the last
Condemned by a single kiss
Betrayed eternally I'll rip inside your soul
Contaminating the world
Defying god and son
Black heart that brings your death
Living in infamy

Drink the flesh of life itself
Prepare to reign a thousand years

I'll kill you and your dreams tonight
Begin new life
Bleed your death upon me
Let your bloodline feed my youth

Blame god chosen children
As you die I'm immortal
Faithless no religion
Stalking prey is my confession
Captive blood enslavement
Pain and hunger drives your madness
Drink flesh life itself
Prepare to reign a thousand years


Lyrics submitted by jt

"Bloodline" as written by Runako Brown James Iii Riles

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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  • +1
    General CommentUGH!
    yea this song is about vampirism.....it's lame lyrically....compared to what slayer used to write back in the better days.....if u want good slayer lyrics....u need seasons, or south o heaven.
    slayer's latest is a big ass dissapointment...and listen to god hates us all a good 20 times......you'll know wut I mean.

    oo and seano? what do u mean the lyrics are WRONG?? are u a little mormon scared-y cat?? Slayer is the best metal band ever......if your gonna listen to em, get used to the in your face, grim, doom lyrics :):):)
    ixequilibriustumon June 27, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General Comment\"I think it\'s about Lillith. In Hebrew religion/mythology, she was the first wife of Adam, but then she became a night demon who fed on the blood of children, and in other variations, is a succubis or just a demon that attacks you in your dreams/sleep.

    Makes sense to me.\"

    I actually respect how you knew all that information. Doesnt help with the song tho. Give alittle more credit to the band lol.

    And as for the meaning..that was explained already.
    TheRulnigon April 22, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentTotally my favorite Slayer song. It's totally badass and it is about my favorite mythical creatures.
    MihoNinjaon February 02, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a really great song, however, Tom says "Syphon your blood to me," not "Sucked in your blood to me"
    GLaBon May 29, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyes u r correct i was wandering where the hell that part was
    Dragoonon June 03, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's about Vampires, MWHAHAHA..MWHAHAHAHAHA!

    *Cough...weeze*
    Prodigalon June 30, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYeah the lyrics are a bit wrong! But still a class song!!!!
    seanoon March 05, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song rocks. "I'll kill you and your dreams tonight." Can always send a disturbed chill.
    MusicEqualsLifeon March 08, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat song, fits very well with the movie.
    Muzzyon March 26, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI don't think seano was saying he disagreed with Slayers lyrics, he was saying that the person who posted these lyrics has got them wrong in places.

    God hates us all is a brilliant album.
    quiffpornon June 21, 2004   Link

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