"Raze" as written by and Gary/dukes Holt....
Let's start a fire, biggest one you've ever seen
You bring the matches, I'll bring the gasoline
Ignite it, delight it, the flames grow higher
Burn the world upon a funeral pyre

(Raze!) Light this motherfucker like a roman candle
Burn this bitch straight to the ground
(Raze!) Let's not worry about consequences
If it's standing we'll bring it down

Destroy it all, show no inhibition
Revel and rejoice in unbridled demolition
Smash it, fuck it, nothing will remain
Detect it and wreck it but never take the blame

(Raze!) Light this motherfucker like a roman candle
Burn this bitch straight to the ground
(Raze!) Let's not worry about consequences
If it's standing we'll bring it down

We have ignition!

Shake the earth from its very foundation
Lay waste to the world without hesitation
Break it, take it, you don't have any reason
Fuck it, destruct it, it's demolition season


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"Raze" as written by Rob Dukes Gary Holt

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    General CommentKick-ass song!

    Anyway, the most likely meaning is nukes and how quick governments will be to launch them without hesitation and without thought of the consequences.
    Zero948on September 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's like TestAmenT - Apocalyptic City with alot more aggression!
    pun1sh3r.xiiion May 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHoly god this song owns, its so fucking angry. Anyways, as for the meaning, i think Zero948 hit the nail on the head. and i agree with pun1sh3r.xiii too. Great return to form for Exodus (especially after that crappy-ass Tempo of the damned album)
    MasterCrackeron July 08, 2007   Link
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    General Commentits actually about a serial killer named raze burning down a city
    metalmayhemon December 01, 2009   Link

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