Deserving wonderful baby
In despite of that defect
Of listening to that wild music
And than playing war videogames

But you are lucky man
Because I've got some plans for you
Refined violin lessons
And the most celebrated school

Poor baby, he uses his violin
Poor baby, almost well as a machine gun
Poor baby, insanity from adolescence
Grows through me a killer from hell

The rising sons throw away
All their father's dreams
Don't let me be born
If you didn't live

The only right was the grandfather
He said: "finally he's gone"
While parents threaten suddenly
"We'll grow another one"

Just you must know
Your guy is not so wise
To grow behind your violin
Take your eyes to this massacre
Was it your dream?

This story tells to me
Don't let me be born
If you did not live

Your guy is not so wise
To grow behind your violin
Take your eyes through this fire

Lyrics submitted by mrdorman

Common State Of Inner Violence song meanings
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    General Commentkind of an interesting song...kinda get mixed messages from it tho...nevertheless it seems to be sort of like referring to how parents lay out these dreams of what they want their kids to be and to achieve...but in this day and time it's a different world then the one they and they're parents grew up with the changing of times it's a bit more difficult
    law187on November 18, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe song is about a father who had a son, and is trying to get a second chance at life by living vicariously through his son. He wants the boy to live the life the father always wanted, ignoring the son's own wishes.

    The son is telling the father that he shouldn't have had a child if the father didn't feel like he was able to fulfill his own ambitions in life. He should have chased his own dreams rather than have a child whom he was going to force them onto instead.

    The boy leaves home, his grandfather is happy, and his parents want to have another child to try again with the original plan.
    skyloron November 15, 2012   Link

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