"Trauma of War" as written by Andreas Rudolf Kisser, Eloy Casagrande, Paulo Xisto Pinto Jr and Derrick Green....
Children watch their mothers die
Raping a city in the name of freedom
Children growing, their hate inside
A world they lost in the name of reason

I never came back from that trench
I can't be alone, I won't be alone
A schizophrenic cycle of paranoia

Trauma of war! Trauma of war!

I saw the worst in the human nature
My hands are stained with blood of death
Attack all ghosts, I'm like a soldier
Wasted minds that are all alike

I never came back from that trench
I can't be alone, I won't be alone
A schizophrenic cycle of paranoia

Trauma of war! Trauma of War!

Freedom comes with a hail of bullets

My sun is getting dark
My urge to kill awakes
My world is no more
My urge to kill awakes

Children watch their mothers die
Raping a city in the name of freedom
Children growing, their hate inside
A world they lost in the name of reason

I never came back from that trench
I can't be alone, I won't be alone
A schizophrenic cycle of paranoia
A schizophrenic cycle of paranoia


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"Trauma of War" as written by Derrick Green Andreas Rudolf Kisser

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    General CommentGet the feeling the song is about a child growing up in a war torn country that is caught in the cycle of war. That is, they'll grow up to be a soldier too.

    Whether it is taken from the perspective of a Muslim child growing up in the Middle East, and that the "trauma of war" is what will drive them to become a terrorist (or the like) ... or perhaps it is just in general looking at the hostility of the world today and violence begets violence.
    sokornyon May 27, 2015   Link

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