"All Your Lies" as written by and Jesse/vodinh Hasek....
Pay attention, pay attention, pay attention please
He who lusts through life for excess of this world
Dies a lonely man, careless of his soul
Throwing caution to the wind with foolish ignorance
You're full of pride (full of pride) full of pride
And in arrogance you can't accept the nearing end of this short lived life

Smile and give a toast, brag and boast
Fool the world with all of your lies
The parasite's host never even knows
Pull the wool over our eyes

Walk the line and pay the price
A pound of flesh for paradise
Wear the wounds of your demise

Fail to mention your intentions, fail to mention why
The actions of your life contradict your words
The path in which you walk is a vice of no remorse
Washing conscience from the skin, claiming innocence
Ignore the signs

Smile and give a toast, brag and boast
Fool the world with all of your lies
The parasite's host never even knows
Pull the wool over our eyes

Walk the line and pay the price
A pound of flesh for paradise
Wear the wounds of your demise

A pound of flesh for paradise

I should have made your mind up for you (for you)
I should have made your mind up for you (for you)

Walk the line and pay the price
A pound of flesh for paradise
Wear the wounds of your demise

From cradle to grave, you chose to trade
A pound of flesh for paradise
Wear the wounds of your demise.


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"All Your Lies" as written by Jesse Hasek Brian Vodinh

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    General CommentParts of these lyrics are wrong, but the site won't let me edit so...
    IndelibleEntityon May 22, 2007   Link
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    General Comment1st off is "you're full of pride" and it's not pull the world over our eyes it's "pull the wool over our eyes" and finally it's " from cradle to grave, you chose to trade
    moonchild1030on May 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song is good, its about a way to live your life that is wrong. that way is to live your life purely for yourself
    "He who lusts through life for excess of this world
    dies a lonely man, careless of his soul"
    that you give a toast to yourself and you brag and boast about how good your life is when you are living your life at the expense of the harder working people
    "a pound of flesh for paradise
    wear the wounds of your demise"
    immortalcheeseon November 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgiving up with the good of your spirit
    ibanezrg6on November 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe first verse is about commiting the sin of lust and, being aware of the consequences for their evil, still life their live in such a careless manner.

    Trading "a pound of flesh for paradise" means sacrificing eternity in Heaven for a short burst of excitement demanded by instant gratification.

    People sometimes live two lives; they are two-faced. When the song says "the actions of your life contradict your words," it probably means that people are influenced to live in such a way that does not reflect who they truly are.

    In short, I believe this song is about those who are tempted into sin. They become careless of their wrongdoing because of the pleasure it gives them. However, there is a price to pay for living the wrong way.
    kjb13on April 21, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"That one was written about...well no one in mind specifically, but someone who has no remorse and doesn't care about anything but themselves." - Jesse Hayek
    TranceRufuson May 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentHis name is Jesse Hasek
    dearlucidon July 14, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti think is about how the we are marketed to ,buy this be happy o ya keep drinking beer, we all work our lives away buying this stuff fueling this materlistic socitey leting all the so called stars with inflated egos sell this image of perfect when we realy dot need any of it some of us spend our entire lives buying stuff the big bank account the family and the house for the stuff all your crooked pictures looking nice but after all that you leave this body and all that stuff only taking knolage and experiences "a pound of flesh for paradise
    wear the wounds of your demise"
    Mc Doobieon October 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song really strikes me as talking about who are too self absorbed so they think they are good enough to walk alongside sin but never fall into it. I like to call this the Chaddiferian Sock-Vaccum theory. We think we are good enough to move the vaccum (ourselves) right next to the sock (sin) without having it getted suced into the vaccum and next thing !!!PHOOMP!!! We get sucked into sin because we overestimated yourself. This is greatly illustrated by the line "Walk the line and pay the price."

    Upon being sucked into the sin we deny that anything is wrong because we're too good to sin, right? Wrong, our actions contradict our words and we begin to lose our former selvs to the sin and it eats at us until we are alone and die alone without a care about how big we screwed things up. "The parasite's host never even knows." We become so lost in the sin that we don't realize anything is wrong and we must "wear the wounds of our demise." The eternal happiness was traded in for no more than a temporary ecstsasy, a false happiness, or a simple pleasure.
    chadderbox17on October 15, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthis song is simply about the people who live with in themselves. In our world we call this being prideful. He trys to stand a higher ground than everyone around him. He's always right, he never owns up to his faults. So Jessie wrote this song to tell these types of people walk the line and pay that price.. cause you will surely die a lonley man. God does not apperciate being prideful(satan was prideful)..
    JSanch17on April 18, 2010   Link

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