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and i'd like to build a giant machine
that crushes the mountains and burns all the trees
and pees in the desert and dies up the seas
and melts all the ice caps and makes nature bleed
cause i want nature to suffer
and i want nature to cry
and i want nature to spit in my mouth
and i want nature to die
and i want to be a big ball of meat
that bees can buzz around and eat
and feast on my liver and rot out my teeth
and chew on my eyeballs until i'm deceased
cause i deserve displeasure
and i really want to cry
and i think you should spit in my face
because i am a werewolf


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  • +7
    General CommentSong's about werewolves, guys.
    buyamericanson May 28, 2008   Link
  • +6
    General CommentI definitely think you are wrong. I'm pretty sure it's just about being unbelievably frustrated with everything and with yourself and wanting everything, including yourself, to get destroyed and blown up and eaten.

    Also this song is named Unicron not Unicorn.
    Fuck Francison January 06, 2008   Link
  • +4
    General CommentAbout the werewolf part, I think it's like how werewolves do horrible things when they become a wolf and then they wake up as a human and regret it. So I think the song is about how angry he is at himself and the world because of what he regrets.
    RejoiceItsSusanon January 06, 2010   Link
  • +3
    General Commentthink there's any relation to the transformer Unicron?

    you know, a giant machine that destroys things?

    just a thought.
    Seedboyon June 06, 2008   Link
  • +3
    General Commentto clarify: Unicron was a Transformer who would transform into a planet. He'd also eat planets (most likely crushing mountains and making nature on said plants bleed in general).

    I don't think the entire song is about him, just that he might have served inspiration for the title and first few lines. It'd be interesting if this was written entirely from his perspective (or at least what Sean would assume is his perspective), but that final line completely destroys that theory.
    Seedboyon June 06, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General CommentNote the lyrical reference to Stormy the Rabbit.
    Crane42on May 08, 2014   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti always thought this was just about humans exploiting the planet and deserving the inevitable destruction brought about by said exploitation.

    the last line isn't necessarily opposed to the transformer theory. i mean ... werewolves transform from one form to another so.
    primusfanon December 02, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI thought it was about opening up to people.

    Seeing that he's a werewolf, and generally, werewolves hide in nature, so he wants to destroy everything that is hiding him from everyone else, in this case nature is physically hiding him from people, but he wants his emotional barriers that are hard to tear down to be torn down, because apparently, he can't do it himself.
    Shiyuchion February 09, 2009   Link
  • +1
    My Interpretationso many of sean's songs seem to be about dealing with mood swings. and i find a lot of them (this song and little prince especially) relate to how i feel about being bipolar.

    but yeah. the second verse is like. my life? when i come out of a manic episode and crash into depression i feel like a monster, like a werewolf, like i have totally lost control of myself and gone out and murdered peasants and stuff. its not fun and it makes you want to die.
    brezhnevvon June 10, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General Comment*planets. my bad.
    Seedboyon June 06, 2008   Link

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