"Praise Abort" as written by Till Lindemann and Peter Taegtgren....
I like to fuck, but no French Letter
Without the condom, the sex is better
But every time I get it in
A baby cries, and sometimes twins

I have six kids, and I don't like it
They eat too much, and treat me like shit
They only wear posh label clothes
You give them one hand, they bite off both

And all my friends, they have big cars
Big mansions too, and smoke the fine cigars
They have deep pockets, I don't know why
I look at my purse and start to cry

[chorus 1]
I hate my life, and I hate you
I hate my wife, and her boyfriend too
I hate to hate and I hate that
I hate my life so very bad
I hate my kids, never thought
That I'd praise abort

P-p-p-praise abort!

I like to fuck, but no French Letter
Cos' without kids, life is so much better
So in the end, I got forced
To stay away from female intercourse

[chorus 2]
I hate my life, and I hate you
I hate my wife and her boyfriend too
I hate to hate and I hate that
I hate my life so very bad
I hate my kids, never thought
That I'd praise abort

P-p-p-praise abort!

[break]
Say goodbye, say goodbye
We rise up, up to the sky
Say goodbye, we'll come back
Soon as pretty butterflies
Makes you cry

[chorus 3]
I hate my life, and I hate you
I hate my wife, and my boyfriend too
I hate to hate and I hate that
I hate myself so very bad
I hate my offspring, never thought
That I'd praise abort
I'd praise abort
I'd praise abort



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    My InterpretationI found this song amusing, it reffers to so many men out there that feel stuck up in a marriage with children, one that they where led to by life... or a greedy wife... or the first serious girlfriend they had... or all of those at the same time.

    So many out there can feel related to this, but they won't tell of course, because "A man's got to do what a man's got to do", and bailing from this kind of unsought relationship it's taboo in middle class society.

    The charm in Lindemann's lyrics lie in the bare-naked way he sings about this sad, very sad situation. I praise Lindemann.
    TheDsX2013on March 10, 2016   Link

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