The accusations and the blame
True or false, they seem the same
Filthy fingers rise in rows
And out of shit a flower grows
I'm amazed how damn low people can go only by being themselves

Those with hearts of ever-frost
Will always now we never lost
Flames rose high... Not enough to melt the ice
Tiny minds and virtuous whores
A bunch of morons with a cause
Jesus saves? - We will piss upon your graves!

Three wise men came to the north
On their donkeys they rode forth
Whining I'd committed sins
Moaning I'm too everything
Still amazed how a whole trio of men can have only two brain cells

Those with hearts of ever-frost
Will always now we never lost
Acid rain: Urine on your flames

(Urine on your flames, urine on your flames)

Those with hearts of ever-frost
Will always know we never lost
Flames rose high... Not enough to melt the ice
Tiny minds and virtuous whores
A bunch of morons with a cause
Jesus saves? - We will piss upon your graves!

Placid rain: Urine on your graves


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    General CommentThis basically seems like an overall protest song, probably against "high society" critics dissing their music. Which is too bad because Sentenced were a great band.

    And interesting thing is that, even though Sentenced never said why they decided to end their career, this song's video is somewhat of a hint towards it. It shows the band members taking a coffin across a lake and then a frozen landscape and then burying it. And at the end of it, you can see a sort of Sentenced 2050 version - old people who can barely stay awake before going out to play to a similiarly old audience.
    Sabre Runneron October 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentLooks to me like an old fashioned anti-christain song. Good stuff.
    Stu326on November 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAgree with Sabre Runner...!
    ImaginaryWindon May 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentActually.

    This is a protest song against a few actual individuals. Long story short:

    Sentenced made a support song in Finnish to a local icehockey club. Song was named 'Routasydän'(roughly translated 'Frostheart'). A local Laestadian vicar took one line from the lyrics out of context and publicly accused that the lyrics admire nazism. The song was banned in hockey games shortly after when the club feared losing spectators in games. All this raised a big sensation among the local media, the fans of the icehockey club and the fans of Sentenced.

    On this context you understand the meaning better. It's a protest and a "fuck you morons" -statement towards the people who falsely accused them and a praise to those who stood by their side through the whole time.
    WillAmIon October 26, 2011   Link

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