Soon come a burning,
Soon come a reaving,
Spare the rights, spoil the child,
Resume the righteous beating.

Hubris has been spoon-fed to you,
On a silver platter,
The weak will run weeping,
Delusion shattered.

No one, owes you a god damn thing.

Bloated with pride, the privilege lost,
A walking portrayal, your life's fucking done,
Bloated with pride, the privilege lost,
Condemn the hive.

The well's run dry,
your stasis? fills it with tears of blood,
The weak will run weeping,
choking laughter, deepen the cut.

No one, cares what the fuck you think.

Bloated with pride, the privilege lost,
A walking portrayal, your life's fucking done,
Bloated with pride, the privilege lost,
Condemn the hive.

Say goodbye, worthless beginners,
Severed all reason, in a fractured mirror,
Solid stairs, uneven high expectations,
A generations entitlement comes undone,
Your life is fucking done.

Your pitiful life,
condemning the hive
So feeble inside,
condemning the hive
condemning the hive

Bloated with pride, the privilege lost,
A walking portrayal, your life's fucking done,
Bloated with pride, the privilege lost,
Condemn the hive.


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    General CommentObviously about spoiled bitches, very brutal song, especially the line "generations entitlement comes undone, your life is fucking done"
    Devouroxon March 25, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationI think it deals with child beating and abuse. He talks about "spoil the child", "righteous beating" and "a walking portrayal", which I guess he makes reference to the child who left their home and there's only his picture frame left. "Hive" might be a reference to the child's family whom didn't care or could do nothing about it.
    theturningon January 22, 2014   Link

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