"Black Heart" as written by Mark Hunter, Robert Arnold, Jim Lamarca, Chris Spicuzza, Matt Devries and Andy Herrick....
Black heart dead soul
Apathy and misery
Loss of control
Any of the above would describe me
I hate being inhuman
All I do is fuck everything up
Someone just please put a gun to my head

I just don't care anymore
I'm broken tired and sore
I just don't care anymore
From my black heart

Faceless humans
Just want to get inside me
Shut down long ago
Not even the closest know me
Like a leper everything I touch
Rots dies then turns to dust
Everyone should just stay away from me

I just don't care anymore
I'm broken tired and sore
I just don't care anymore
From my black heart


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"Black Heart" as written by Chris Spicuzza Andy Herrick

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    General CommentNo doubt, this song is about depression and suicide.

    The person in the song is talking about how they always fuck everything up and everything they touch turns to shit. He also talks about how no one really knows how he feels.
    SR65on May 18, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti dont think this song is about being suicidal just about hating what he has become but at the same time hating the world that made him become what he is

    almost an elevated state of mind as illustrated by the lines
    I just don't care anymore
    I'm broken tired and sore
    I just don't care anymore
    From my black heart

    basically saying hes become something different and dosnt care, where he could go from their could be anywhere, not necessarily suicide.

    anyway kickass song awesome breakdown/chorus like any chimaira track
    failureon June 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song was frickin sweet live, one of the best concerts i've been to.

    _/ Chimaira
    Kate_Gigion April 07, 2008   Link

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