My name is James Secord
Everything was gone
With this bullet
In my sister's face
Maybe then they
Won't hear the screams
Pull the trigger

The mirror hurts us, the music notes
And wonder how they won't be

Times are hard enough
Without days like these
If you cry hard enough
Maybe they'll hear your screams
Life is rested, splattered neck
Put a bullet in my own sister's face

Nothing now
I won't be, won't be
'Cause I am back again
Black cats, red dogs
Breakfast, rapist
Rough bread, not dead
Goodbye, rapist

God damn me

With a simple bullet
The shit is simple
You left a dead bullet
Everything is, everything is dull, gone, gone
Is dull



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The Philosophical Significance of Shooting My Sister in the Face: An Essay By James Secord song meanings
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    General CommentThe lyrics are so sad -_-
    But i love the song.
    Is this a true story? :S
    newkickson July 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIts based on a real essay written by the very real James Secord. You can actually read it online at his site. And no I don't believe he actually shot his sister in the face. The essay is more about not going through lifes usual routine.
    Chuck Norris Zombieon September 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI don't know why this song has the least replies of any aof song when it is clearly the greatest. pretty much all downhill from here... D; but yeah. This song makes me want to do something extreme.
    impurpleon September 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentCorrection:
    "Maybe they'll hear your screams
    *Lifeless and splattered red*
    I put a bullet in my sister's head"

    sick song.
    get_fighted12on January 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI heard it was based on an essay that took a look into the minds of psychotic killers and the like.
    drumsnboardson May 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's not based on an essay that looks into the minds of psychotic killers at all! It's based on James Secord's essay, which, like Chuck Norris Zombie said, is about getting stuck in a routine. It's actually a really great essay.
    Wambson March 10, 2009   Link

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