"Pulled To Bits" as written by and Steven Severin Susan Ballion....
Tongues are clacking words of one vision
One tiny incision and teeth are cracking
On thin air, on thin air
And teeth are cracking on thin air

Pulled to bits in silence
Left rotting on the ground
Slowly pulled to bits in silence
Without a sound, without a sound

Buildings bleached with shatter, shatter, clatter
Fill their senses with cement
Watch the people scatter
One by one, one by one

Pulled to bits in silence
Left rotting on the ground
Slowly pulled to bits in silence
Without a sound, without a sound

Young lungs snapping coming up for air
The mindless ones yapping, slashing through the thoroughfare
One by one, one by one
Oh one by one without a fucking care

Pulled to bits in silence
Left rotting on the ground
Slowly pull to bits in silence
Without a sound, without a fucking sound

Pulled to bits, yackety, yackety, yack, yack, yack
Pulled to bits, shatter, shatter, shatter, clatter
Pulled to bits, yap, yap, yap, yapping
Pulled to bits without a sound



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    General Commentthis song is so haunting
    StrayCatStyle22on January 31, 2008   Link
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    Song MeaningApparently this song was inspired by the acts of copy cat violence that followed the release and subsequent withdrawal of Stanley Kubricks A Clockwork Orange.

    More information on the link below.

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…#Responses_and_controversy
    JJKelsallon December 01, 2012   Link
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    General CommentI always believed it was the struggle of parenthood like when the start singing "pulled to bits, in silence" the screams seem to get horrifically louder as if to represent the silent scream of a parent who doesn't want the responsibility of parenthood and wasn't ready as if being torn apart on the inside
    john_bloodon March 28, 2015   Link

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