See you in hell my love
Under a palm tree
sucking from a bamboo straw
patiently waiting for me

All night and every day I'm in a galaxy far far away
Reborn unable to die
I've committed one hundred suicides inside this violent paradise
Go waste the day they own you
Lights, camera, action
Rolling as the homicidal crowd begins to kill

Abort mission, head on collision
as we swan dive into holy water
I remember when I was crawling in your skin
bathing in your blood and everything you are
You take me to the time we walked the long way home
through a forest full of wolves, where lovers come to die

What a day to die


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100 Suicides song meanings
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    General CommentIn order to understand ANY song on the album you have to listen to it in it's entirety. This song is about reincarnation. Basicallly what has happened to the main character in their self proclaimed "movie metal" album basically goes crazy with his sexual urges and homicidal thoughts (he also goes through with them). In order to REALLY understand u have to listen to the last "song on the album "Mature Audiences Only". There a lot of near inaudible talking but if u listen close u can here the guy and a cop/detective talking to him. I would go into greater detail but u'll have to buy the album.
    ilovedfdon September 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIs this some kind of love song or something? About someone's girlfriend/wife, husband/boyfriend dying and tryin to reach them through death?

    That's the obvious reading though, I'm sure it's deeper than that.
    Bradley4Presidenton June 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIs this some kind of love song or something? About someone's girlfriend/wife, husband/boyfriend dying and tryin to reach them through death?

    That's the obvious reading though, I'm sure it's deeper than that.
    Bradley4Presidenton June 29, 2006   Link

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