"Funeral Bell" as written by and Zachary P Wylde....
Drinking, drugged up, completely shot to hell
Left behind, ain't nothing left to sell
Oh, ain't nothing left to sell

The hatred of your blood
So tortured, so insane
Dead ends, lost hope
Keep running through your veins
Oh, running through your veins

Oh
So high, and then I fell
Oh
Can't stop the ringing of my funeral bell

The loss of one's self
Inside the wheel of doom
Genocide is coming way too soon
Oh, way too soon

The undying fear
The strength of one's demise
Broke and strung out
You wave yourself goodbye
Oh, goodbye

Oh
So high, and then I fell
Oh
Can't stop the ringing
Oh
So high, and then I fell
Oh
Can't stop the ringing of my funeral bell

Oh
So high, and then I fell
Oh
Can't stop the ringing
Oh
So high, and then I fell
Oh
Can't stop the ringing of my funeral bell


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"Funeral Bell" as written by Zachary P Wylde

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    General CommentAbout how people destroy themselves with drink/drugs/a life of excess. BTW, the rhythmn guitar in this song is fucking MONSTOROUS.
    burn-in-my-lighton February 26, 2005   Link
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    General Commentwith the meaning i agree with burn-in-my-light. This song is amazing, one of their best in my opinion.
    crazicookion May 22, 2005   Link
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    General CommentOne of the best songs to slam beers too. This song is about going balls to the wall and just completely loseing controll. This song fucking rocks ! !
    TheDeadon June 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentBasically about self-destructive actions, such as excessive drinking..
    wicked song though
    Ddaduttaon June 06, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is telling us that there are so many of us killing ourselves with drugs and alcohal it is turning to genocide.
    dhramchargeron April 22, 2011   Link

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