"The Hunter" as written by and Jeff Limbo/pete Steiner/hank Sherman....
What if when the curtains go down there is nothing and nothing?
Yeah what if when the curtains close
If there's a heaven in the sky I don't know why they'd ever let me in
I'm sure that there's a hell and there's room for all of us
Because that's the only place we deserve to be
What can save me
From this beast that eats everything inside me?
If there's a place where good folks go
All I know is they'll never let me in
I'm sure that there's a hell and there's room for all of us
Because all we do is take
All we do is take
What can save me


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"The Hunter" as written by Gajadhar Darling

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    General CommentGeneral meaning of this song is pretty obvious. And isn't this the way all of us feel at one point in our lives?
    SomeKid19on December 16, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI love the questioning of an afterlife, because it is something that we all ponder about in our lives.
    Also, nic outlines the evilness of men rather than percieved kindness:
    "If there's a heaven in the sky I don't know why they'd ever let me in
    I'm sure that there's a hell and there's room for all of us"

    "If there's a heaven" and 'I'm sure that therge's a hell" make this quite obvious.

    "This beast that eats everything inside me" could refer to two things. either a) his own spirit, in which he is questioning his religion, or how he has been living his life or b) the devil, which is the beast which has forced him to live his life in a way which will lead him into a life of taking.
    remembermaineon April 06, 2006   Link

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