Take a look at what you've done
And gaze upon what you've become.
Father help me to bring his end
Then to hell his soul we'll send.

The Devil take you for his needs
While children stab you and make you bleed.
You'll repent for what you've done
Raping my Daughter, raping my Son.

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Serial Code song meanings
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    General CommentI begin this with a short tale of a friend of mine. When we were discussing the best super powers (yes, we're adults, amazingly enough), he said that his would be the ability to look at someone and have them be able to see themselves as he saw them.

    To me, this song seems the same way. He wants the person to see what a worthless person they've become through their acts and deeds. He then petitions "Father", which could be God, a Priest, or his Father (remember, in older times priests could just as much be warriors/killers in the name of good).

    He basically wishes this person to hell to learn the error of his ways. A very short, powerful song.
    Artifizialon January 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song seems to be a heavily abridged version of Serial Killer. Please prove me wrong.

    What I notice is a similar beats, similar titles, and the final stanza (is that the right word?) from Serial Killer repeated as the first in Serial Code.
    Xav-Rahmiron February 08, 2005   Link
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    General Commenton the notes for serial code on advance and follow v2, ronan writes:

    "The words were based on a press statement read by the parents of a then recently found serial killer victim. Their statement was a liturgy of cold words, helplessness and a lack of remorse for any harm that might befall the killer."

    the song serial killer has it a few lines from serial code towards the end.
    jobriathon July 28, 2005   Link
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    15 page interview with Ronan Harris.

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