"Heaven Was Full" as written by and Mertin Eisold....
Is this the voice you've been calling?
Dead girl wridden in despair.
Is this the pace you've been crawling?
So look at him, without care.
Out of all the girls, I most do touches.
I was bored, so I went down with you.
Why'd you go and get me going?
Then drinked me like a cup of tea. I'll pick up drugs, they coarse through me.
Oh-oh. Of all the boys splashing out in the city.
Heaven was full so I went down with you.

I will pity you 'til you're pretty.
What's a love without some struggle,
You're a slut, I stitch your knuckles up.
Out with all the corners. You've been cutting your teeth again.
No, I'm not scared. And I don't know why
The beginning ends aware of
The end, the end of all the corners.
You've been cutting your teeth again.
Oh I'm not scared, And I don't know why
The beginning ends aware of
The end, the end, the end. The doubt, again again again.
Began, the doubt, again again again.


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    General CommentWow you guys are assholes. Your interpretation of this song is so god damn offensive its stupid especially when you're trying to decipher a song where this douche got all the lyrics wrong. Buy the fucking cd ass clown it comes with the lyrics

    Is this the voice you've been calling
    Decorated in despair
    Is this the pace you've been crawling
    Celebrated without care
    Of all the girls tying ropes to tall trees
    I was bored so I hung there with you
    Why'd you go and candy coat me
    Then treat me like a cavity
    While bigger drills dig holes thru me
    Of all the boys smashing heads in the city
    Heaven was full so I went down with you
    I will pitty you till you're pretty
    What's a love without some struggle
    You'll rest while I stich your knuckles
    Of all the corners you've been cutting your teeth again oh on my skin
    I don't know when the beginning ends or when the end begins
    Begin
    Be damned
    Again
    Again
    Again

    I had to have the right ones up for the sake of how amazing these words are. Plus you two cock cuddlers might buy an album for once.
    welljesussayson March 31, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningI think this song describes a volatile and dysfunctional relationship between a man and a prostitute, both participants are coasting through life, in their miserable existence, "Is this the pace you've been crawling?". The man uses drugs to escape reality, "I'll pick up drugs, they coarse through me", he also regularly uses the 'services' of prostitutes; "Out of all the girls, I most do touches" (I'm taking 'touches' to mean he is touching the woman's body). The references to the woman being a prostitute are fairly subtle "Why'd you go and get me going? Then drinked me like a cup of tea", you get the picture with this one.

    "All the boys splashing out in the city", this would be mean spending their money on prostitutes.
    The man feels some pity for the girl/woman he is using, "I will pity you 'til you're pretty" but can't get over the fact she's a whore, "You're a slut, I stitch your knuckles up".
    If there was any remaining doubt about the occupation of the woman the message is solidly reinforced, "Out with all the corners. You've been cutting your teeth again", the 'all the corners' is a reference to street prostitutes who 'pawn their wares' on street corners, moving around to avoid the police and get more 'customers', hence 'all' the corners. "Cutting your teeth again" in this context is referring to the act of sexual intercourse, she is becoming a professional prostitute as it were.

    I'm not too sure what the fear is of in the last verse is though. Perhaps the man has killed the woman, after all in the first verse, a dead girl is mentioned, although i take this to mean emotionally dead. Perhaps the fear could be of the future.
    Luciferionon March 06, 2011   Link

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