I don't sing fucking love songs because there's nothing in this world for me to love.
I want the world to have my rape baby so when it's born I can strangle it to death. This is not a healthy relationship.
When the bomb drops you will spend the last few minutes of you life shitting in your pants.
When the bomb drops remember how I always told you "I hold your life in my hands"?
When the bomb drops you stare and pray as you watch them fall.
When the bomb drops I will make complete fools of you all.
I stopped telling her I loved her a long time ago.
If you know what's good for you, you won't tell anyone.
This is domestic abuse like you've never seen.
This is a Lifetime move on a global scale. "Just tell them you fell down the stairs". So now it's come to this.

Take control!
It is my job as a human being to let my ignorance take control.
It is my job as a human being to run this fucking bitch in the ground.
Your Mother Earth is a dirty slut.
When the bomb drops...



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    General CommentWow i love Human Furnace's Part In Here.
    "You Will Spend The Last Few Minutes Of Your Life Shitting In Your Pants"
    This Song Was Crazy Live.
    xPOOPxon August 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentBaby Buster is Buster's nickname from Arrested Development.
    Also, Human Furnace's part fits so perfectly.
    oralcanceron February 16, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"This is a Lifetime movie on a global scale" haha my favorite line
    totalbodygymon March 18, 2009   Link
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    General Commenthaha, this song cracks me up whenever I listen to it.

    "This is domestic abuse like you've never seen,
    this is a Lifetime movie on a global scale,
    just tell them you fell down the stairs."

    The human furnace complements vincent's vocals really well...I bet this song is awesome live.
    deuceishiphopon May 29, 2010   Link

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