I am no savior and I ain't no saint
They will take me to the electric chair
Yeah, Ha ha ha

No remorse and no regrets
for those I've sent straight to hell
I have my demons; they're all in my cell
They're all here and follow me everywhere
My hate controls me and gives me strength
My only protection inside the walls

Dying. Desiring. Lying. Dying.
Dying. Desiring. Lying. Dying.

The walls are closing in
My cell is getting smaller
Soon, all the pain's must cease
Life will end here

My final days are counting
I can wash away the pain
My body's getting colder
I feel so unafraid

Dying. Desiring. Lying. Dying.
Dying. Desiring. Lying. Dying.

The walls are closing in
my cell is getting smaller
Soon, all the pain's must cease
Life will end here

My final days are counting
I can wash away this pain
My body's getting colder
I feel so unafraid

On death row.


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Death Row (No Regrets) song meanings
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    General CommentGREAT SONG, best one on it's album
    Ddaduttaon April 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentMy favorite Hypocrisy song by far
    Psycho666on December 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think the basic meaning of this song is how the subject feels prosecuted for having religious beliefs that differ from the norm. The song seems to tell a story of a man who is being put to death for devil worship, or sending people "straight to hell". The real underlying meaning here is how he is unafriad of death, unafriad of being persecuted. This is shown when he says things like "I feel so unafraid" and in the beginning when he says that they are putting him in the electric chair (then he laughs it off as if its nothing.

    I think this song is meant to symbolize that eventhough those who worship satan may be prosecuted, it does not phase them at all, and sometimes they can even enjoy it or laugh it off.
    giygas37on March 01, 2009   Link

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