"Go To Hell" as written by and Ian Fraser/clarke Kilminster....
I've been to Congo
I lived in Rome
Spent my lifetime
To waste my brain

Now it's the same time running
Out for you and me
That pushes, pulls, and drags me, baby
Back to thee

With all my guts and bollocks
I don't regret fearing and burning
Sometimes I wonder
I can't get enough

You're cute and stupid
I want it fast
I want to go to hell
I want to flee

To free my brain
I never do
Something right
Leaving the body

Taking mind
In total control
Into the night
I saw the light

Stitched my wounds
I picked the orchids
In Nicaragua's jungle
I'll miss your gams

So wet and shiny
You're my Vietnam child
Kiss my scars away


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"Go to Hell" as written by Ian Fraser Kilminster Edward Alan Clarke

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    My InterpretationI think it might be about how war is like hell.
    Some of lyrics describe places that have had warlike situations at times in history or have some violence in their history as well:

    "I've been to congo
    I lived in Rome
    Spent my lifetime
    To waste my brain
    Now it's the same time running
    Out for you and me
    That pushes pulls and drags me, baby
    Back to thee"

    or

    "I saw the light
    I stitched my wounds
    I picked the orchids
    In Nicaragua's jungles
    I'll miss your gams
    So wet and shiny
    You're my vietnam-child
    Kiss my scars away "

    I could be wrong, I thought I'd just add it this since there's no other comments D:
    livingwithalienson October 15, 2010   Link

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