"Strongest Man in the World" as written by Justin Andrew Harris, Daniel Frederic Seim and Brent Knopf....
I am fused out of iron, iron [Repeat x8]

I promise
I'll keep this
Under my control
Control

I am fused out of iron, iron [Repeat x8]

I promise
I'll keep this
Under my control
Promise to keep this
Under my control


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"Strongest Man in the World" as written by Daniel Frederic Seim Brent Knopf

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  • +1
    General Commenti thought 'strongest man in the world' was a metaphor for one of the menomena guys, whichever one wrote it. like, he’s trying to convince himself or someone else that he can control this thing that’s getting to him, and 'fused out of iron' is just an exaggeration...self encouragement kind of thing.
    abi123on January 09, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentStop thinking of who the strongest man in the world is, think of iron's properties. Iron rusts in the rain. A man trying to take control and failing. The rain is destroying him. He's crumbling under pressure.
    Ner_143on April 20, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentAbout my previous comment I've been thinking. Rain is such a simple (mostly) harmless occurance. Something so little causing destruction (iron rusting in the rain) seems to be the concept. Being over come by tahe little things in life.
    Ner_143on April 21, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthe song is simply a reference to maintaining ones sense of self...iron is the single most important factor in breathing and is what keeps us all alive...we are all, "fused out of iron". in this way, the song is reflecting the need to not panic when faced with adversity.
    webster elion September 23, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI am fused all out of iron is a reference to how massive stars end their lifes, its the stage just before the whole thing goes supernova in dramatic fasion.

    Stars fuse hydrogen into helium for most of their lives. When there is no more hydrogen, they switch to heavier elements, the start of a process that can not be stopped. First helium is fused to carbon, then carbon to neon, which takes about 600 years. After that it goes faster and faster, Neon burning for 1 year, oxygen burning about 6 months. At 3 billion degrees, the core can fuse silicon nuclei into iron and the entire core supply is used up in one day. Under ever increasing pressure and gravity the iron core collapses, and the whole thing goes supernova.
    We're fused all out of iron.

    The line "I promise I will keep this under control" is a promise he can not keep.

    Something very dramatic is about to happen.
    Hatseflatson April 08, 2015   Link
  • 0
    General CommentRepenting drug addict? Superhero gone bad?
    Who knows.

    Good song?
    Oh yes, very.
    kemekongkaon May 31, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentEasy, it's about that character in the Pete & Pete Series, it's like a tribute to the Strongest Man In The World, if they were talking about Superman or Goku they would said "The Strongest Man in the Universe" instead.
    rizosfellaon January 26, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentuhm...no and no. Although Artie was the strongest man in the world, i don't believe that he was infused with iron. He got his powers from his magical striped underwear...duh. The song seems to be about some sort of superhero figure that is doubting himself and is cracking under the pressure of his own responsibilites. Just a guess.
    LazyKiddo2525on March 06, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentnot letting the title of being 'the strongest man in the world' go to his head, or at least hoping to.

    or perhaps about a serial killer
    leewinetc.on June 23, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI like this song a lot.
    fenceon October 20, 2008   Link

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