"The Whipping Haus" as written by and William Roy Francis....
Take off your clothes,
Welcome to the Whipping Haus,
Where we spend all our evenings,
And we hurt those deceiving,
And we're safe from the outside world looking in,
And we're safe from the outside world giving in.

Now slow it down,
I want the pain to last all night,
And this chain faster wrap around,
And my shame falls unto the ground,
Now we're safe from the outside world looking in,
And we're safe I think the outside worlds looking grim.

If you come tonight you will find love,
If you close your eyes you will find love,
If you oepn your heart and just stay,
The Whipping Haus trades sex for human slaves.

Here comes the end,
All choked on vomit sex again,
Thank you for coming,
I want to thank you for coming,
And we're safe from the outside world looking in,
And we're safe I think the outside worlds looking grim.


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    Song Meaningi was listening to an interview mr.francis was in, and it told of his visit to london and how he would stay in this hotel and only come out at night. while he ventured through the darkness he aimlessly wandered about and reached a place actually called the whipping haus. when he went inside looking for inspiration, he saw 2 people fucking in one corner- and some sexual bondage acts taking place. at least 9 random couples were there-and that was only a few compared to the population inside around 4am (he was there around 12pm) so obviously he was inspired to write a song titled the same name as the location on the hate culture album because it was a new, somewhat different experience; and a quite original topic to write about compared to other artist's works.
    nicoleloquenceon March 20, 2009   Link

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