(Right speaker)
Jesus is coming, Jesus is coming, Jesus is coming, Jesus is coming
Jesus is coming, Jesus is coming
(at the same time)
(Left speaker)
He is coming sinners beware, He is coming sinners beware, He is coming sinners beware, He is coming sinners beware, He is coming sinners beware, He is coming sinners beware, He is coming sinners beware, He is coming sinners beware, He is coming sinners beware
(Both)
The bitter taste of rotten fruit is vomit in the mouth
The taste is sour and is spit upon the ground
And left to rot, decay and spoil
Rotten apple forbidden fruit
Rotten apple forbidden fruit

REPENT!!
REPENT!!

Watch the insects eat the rotten apples on the ground
Watch the insects eat the rotten apples on the ground
Watch the insects eat the rotten apples on the ground
Watch the insects eat the rotten apples on the GROUND

REPENT!!
REPENT!!

Watch the insects eat the rotten apples on the ground
Watch the insects eat the rotten apples on the ground
Watch the insects eat the rotten apples on the ground
Watch the insects eat the rotten apples on the GROUND!



Lyrics submitted by ZYTV THE [s]AINT

Forbidden Fruit song meanings
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    General CommentThis song is pretty odd in it's own right, being (to my knowledge) unreleased, and reletivley unknown. I just find it interesting that the bit about Jesus' return is heard from the right speaker, perhaps symbolic of right-handed religion such as Christianity. The overall tone of the song is absolutley horrific and paniced, so i get the feeling that he's speaking of how said right handed religions focus on faith through scare tactics. Repent for your sins or suffer for them.
    mrcrowley761on March 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is pretty self explanitory, but it's actually pretty good...the repent screaming comes out of nowhere from this hollow sounding tune, to blaring guitars...it's great...not sure when it was written, though...
    moraldecay7on November 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentBad News, this isn't even a Manson song. It's not even called forbidden fruit. it's rotten apples by a Christian death Metal band called rackets and drapes. It does sound very much like Manson though. This Sucks...
    Magnolia Treeon February 06, 2009   Link

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