"Falling In Hate" as written by Zoltan Bathory, Ivan Moody, Matthew Snell, Jeremy Spencer and Thomas Jason Grinstead....
Falling in hate with you
More and more everyday
Falling away from this in every way
Is it right is it wrong
You and I don't belong

Falling in hate nothing to say don't want to hear you
Falling away nothing to give no
Falling in hate nothing but fear in you heart
Falling away nothing to live for

To you its a game to me its a joke
A mile to hang by with one inch of rope
Is it wrong is it right
You and I day and night

Falling in hate nothing to say don't want to hear you
Falling away nothing to give no
Falling in hate nothing but fear in you heart
Falling away nothing to live for

Despite what you think of me
And despite what you say
I gave you everything
And you threw it away

Falling in hate nothing to say don't want to hear you
Falling away nothing to give no
Falling in hate nothing but fear in you heart
Falling away nothing to live for


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"Falling in Hate" as written by Jason Hook Ivan Moody

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    General Commenthe just won't take it anymore... and he's very clear about that.

    a very heavy and angry song... i heard the original music for this song was slower... damn
    Dasmuseon September 18, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentCorrection, It's;

    To you it's a game, to me it's a joke
    A mile to hang by, with one inch of rope
    Wh0racleon October 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentSounds like me and my ex.

    "Despite what you think of me and despite what you say
    I gave you everything and you threw it away"

    Fell into hate with eachother.
    meximoon June 10, 2010   Link
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    General CommentGuitarist Zoltan Bathory commented to Metal Hammer: "You could call this the equivalent of 'Meet The Monster' from the first album — a heavy, grinding, nasty riff, greasy and aggressive." He added: "In rehearsals, we were playing the song in a more measured way, but that gave it too much of a 'doomy' quality, which we didn't really want. However, the moment we speeded it up a bit, everything fell into place. The only trouble was, the breakdown section in the middle already featured a double-time riff, so once we decided to quicken the pace, it made that section even harder to play! I think it's the ugliest breakdown I've ever heard!"

    Bathory joked to Kerrang!: "I think that more than anything this song taught us that before we write and record in future we need to hook Ivan [Moody, vocals]' up with a really dysfunctional chick, because it seems to bring the best out of him on almost every level."
    FloridaGuyon October 11, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about a small time lawman who gets mixed up with a key witness in a big FBI case.
    funeraldanceron September 24, 2009   Link

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