"Snuff 2: The Resurrection" as written by Frank Palmeri, Jesse Ketive, Mark Davis, Joseph Lionetti and Benjamin Lionetti....
Pay attention to what I'm about to say.
This is a true confession.
Mother, I killed someone today.
I know I shouldn't throw it all down the drain.

But she fucking deserved it.
For everything she did to me.

Getting away with murder is probably the hardest thing to do.
I hope I get a good lawyer or else I'm calling my brother.
Screaming "where are you?!"
What the fuck was I thinking?
I should have known I couldn't get away with this.
It was over dumb shit.

And they already had my finger prints.
That's how they know.
It was me.
I took her life away but she fucking deserved it.

I don't regret a thing.

Pay attention to what I'm about to say.
This is a true confession.
Mother, I killed someone today.
I took her life away.

I don't regret a thing.
She fucking deserved it


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"Snuff 2: The Resurrection" as written by Frank Palmeri Benjamin Lionetti

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    General CommentOne of the most offensive songs I've ever heard. Luckily, I'm not very offendable.
    adaytorememberon November 10, 2008   Link
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    General Commentkilled that bitch, and the only thing he cares about is the fact that he's going to get caught for it.
    she DESERVED to die, but he doesn't DESERVE to not get away with it.
    xJOSHUAxon May 14, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis songs dope.

    this songs about a girl that wronged him so bad, that he felt like he had no other choice but to kill her. But now hes going to jail, but he doesnt care about that, cuz shes dead now
    xxburnxthexremainsxxon January 27, 2009   Link

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