"Before The Hangman's Noose" as written by and Bradley James/kendrick Fafara....
It's a good day to fuckin' die A good day....A fuckin good day

Truth be told the water looks cold And the trees fly by as we drive The sun goes down Sometimes i want to stay Sometimes i want to leave Sometimes i gotta ride Riding this rail I know what i'm on But not now what i'm in for This train to somewhere seems to never end As far as i can tell.....Hell

Before all hell breaks loose Before the hangman's noose And as the sun goes down I'll say It's a good day to die, a good day to die

Before the hangman's noose I'll say It's a good day to die a good day to die

No more stops, time to punch your ticket This time this ride is one way I can see a shadow of a man And man it's coming my way Riding this rail, I know what i'm on But not now what i'm in for This train to nowhere seems to never end As far as i can tell......Hell

Before all hell breaks loose Before the hangman's noose And as the sun goes down I'll say It's a good day to die, a good day to die

Before the hangman's noose I'll say It's a good day to die a good day to die

This day it will be mine Shit

Before all hell breaks loose I'll say Before the hangmans noose I'll say It's a good day to die, a good day to die

Before all hell breaks loose I'll say This day will be mine........ Before all hell breaks loose It's a good day to die.


Lyrics submitted by diabolic666

"Before the Hangman's Noose" as written by Jeffrey Hayne Kendrick Bradley James Fafara

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    General CommentNo, Its about the inevitable. Its submitting oneself toe what we cannot control. We'll all die, There won't be anything special about your death, my death, or anyone elses death. We all end up rotting and 6 feet under.

    The biggest difference here, is not the manner in which one dies. Not for what we've died, but that dammit, if we're going to die, and we are, lets might as well make today, a good fucking day to die.

    Its compliant defiance. Its time to cash our chips in, time to punch our ticket. from the day we were born, we boarded the train. No one goes back, its a one way train.

    OH yea, let me remind you, that today, is a good fucking day to die.
    kemhofon October 26, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's about being above the things and keeping your honour even in extreme situations, to behave like a winner even when you lose.
    Sickon April 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's actually about a train... lol
    dalenkwinton October 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIndeed it is a good day to die.
    itsthatoneguyon October 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIndeed it is a good day to die.
    itsthatoneguyon October 31, 2007   Link
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    General Commentits most certainly about the inevitable steps towards death that we all make without a choice. But I also think its a song of defiance, to look your hangman in the face and smile. If your going down for doing something your way and not someone elses then do it with pride. Think about it, why are you facing the gallows? obviously for doing something out of sync with the norm... so if you do it and get called up or caught for it, face the noose count to three and take the fall without pussying out.

    if you did something defiant, be proud of it.
    if your to blame for something, then take the blame.
    if you have to face the inevitable, dont try and delay it.
    everyone has to face death eventually, so dont have regrets when you do.
    ClovenSkullon October 10, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentfucking deep meanings these good old cunts have am i right?
    infuckingsane666on November 30, 2009   Link
  • 0
    Song MeaningYes you're right... its really just about a train... and the experiences of a train ride... and not knowing that this train is going to be the death of you.
    dalenkwinton February 04, 2010   Link
  • -1
    General Commentit's about taking a ride on a death train
    kmkfan420on May 15, 2009   Link

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