"All Pain Is Gone" as written by and Ole Anders Olsen....
Stuck in a hole, enslaved by emptiness
Fists clenched tight, though not alone
They're always here, controlling my thoughts
Every sense, every sound, every image, abstract
They're all around, watching me die
Free will, obsolete, intention unknown
This is the day, the day I'll try
'Cause this is the day, the day I die

This is the day, the day I die
All pain undone, all pain is gone

Come set me free, all pain is gone
Come set me free, all pain is gone
All pain undone, all pain is gone
Come set me free, all pain is gone

And it's never enough, the story never ends
A chapter is closed, another one's revealed
Razorblade love, I can taste the peace
Another day gone, another chapter complete
They're all alone, watching me die
Free will obsolete, intention unknown
This is the day, the day I'll try
'Cause this is the day , the day I die

Come set me free, all pain is gone
Come set me free, all pain is gone
All pain undone, all pain is gone
Come set me free, all pain is gone

Come set me free, all pain is gone
Come set me free, all pain is gone
All pain undone, all pain is gone
Come set me free, all pain is gone



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"All Pain Is Gone" as written by Ole Anders Olsen

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  • +2
    General CommentI agree with Karasu. He's tired of being oppressed, sick of the hurt. He sits there contemplating the sweet taste of the closure death will bring.
    djcalamityon February 11, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think this song is possibly about how he is all alone, depressed, and the government is always watching him. He is tired of being depressed so tonight hes going to end the pain: "All pain undone, all pain is gone"

    but, hes going out with a bang to try to destroy the authority since he is gonna die anyway "this is the day, the day i try. 'Cause this is the day, the day i die"
    karasu123456on February 02, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is lyrically one of Combichrist's best, I think it's something to do with paranoia?
    DannyLaSombraon January 26, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI've always thought this is about literally releasing all the pain at the time of your death and entering the complete and ultimate oblivion
    Trofon April 11, 2012   Link

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