"Hallelujah Goat" as written by Michael Poulsen and Jon Larsen....
One lucky bastard finds it's way for picking up a
Brand new fire rose
All the days of wine and pitiful lie, the pitiful rhymes
Were all a long time ago

That's the way it all will end
Die alone you never will
Hell is here unleash your tail

Well the lord above has never been on my side or
Your side, Hallelujah Goat
Walking through a fire like a soldier
Kicking the door, and kicking the devil's whore

That's the way it all will end
Die alone you never will
Hell is here unleash your tail

Heaven where did you go
People are searching for love
So easy blaming the horned
Man kind the sinner
Forever it burns

Well the lord above has never been on my side or
Your side, Hallelujah Goat
Walking through a fire like a soldier
Kicking the door, and kicking the devil's whore

That's the way it all will end
Die alone you never will
Hell is here unleash your tail

Heaven where did you go
People are searching for love
So easy blaming the horned
Man kind the sinner
Forever it burns


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"Hallelujah Goat" as written by Michael Poulsen Jon Larsen

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    General CommentI think in this sense, "goat" is referring to a scapegoat. The singer refers back to days a "long time ago" where men were lucky and enjoyed wine, but now "hell is here" and people no longer enjoy things. Instead, we are all looking for someone/something to blame our problems on, which in this case seems to be God, or religion in general. The title then makes sense, as "Hallelujah" is often used in a religious setting, so a Hallelujah Goat would be using religion as a scapegoat to blame problems upon.
    4t0utl3m0nd3on July 18, 2010   Link

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