"100 Suns" as written by Andreas Doerner, Marc Goertz and Denis Schmidt....
A hundred suns, born to kill
It is madness, a sun created by man
Once again a perverse irony of life
Earth creates, man destroys

Love and hatred
We are the butchers of the earth
A hundred suns will be born
Millions of lives will fall

The first lightening,
A picture without protection and sense

The end, torture and death
When do they stop, when is it over?
One day they will all stand up,
Rebel against us, exterminated us

The first lightening,
A picture without protection and sense

A hundred suns, born to kill
It is madness, a sun created by man
Once again a perverse irony of life
Earth creates, man destroys

Love and hatred
We are the butchers of the earth
A hundred suns will be born
Millions of lives will fall

Born to kill


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"100 Suns" as written by Denis Schmidt Andreas Doerner

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    General Commentit could be about the teenage generation.
    i beleive he is saying they are ruining the earth, the arrogant and self indulged lives they live, parents wont be able to control them oneday, and they will rebel against everything and ruin the earth and the majority of things that belong on it.

    he may think that parents need to notice what they teach their children as the children are the future,
    what a child see's is what it learns.
    what ever that may be, is what the future will bring.
    maddy12345on October 08, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti dont know about the young generation, think its something more specific, like armies, terrorist, people who are raised from birth to only know one thing.. killing, totally decesitized to morals, pain and regret. but i dont know what "suns" means, nor the 100 :S
    forever smackedon February 18, 2009   Link

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