"We Hate Everyone" as written by and Peter Thomas Steele....
Right wing commies
Leftist Nazis
Point their fingers
Rumours linger

We don't care what you thin

Branded sexist
Labelled racist
Want it clearer ?
Check the mirror

We don't care what you think

Lies and slander in vain try to shame us
Riots, protests, violence just makes us famous
TV interviews, free publicity
Increase record sales dramatically

The left they say I'm a fascist
The right calling me communist
Hate hate hate hatred for all - one and all
No matter what you believe
Don't believe in you - and that's true

Some would say that we're biased
Accusations that we are racist
Well, shit comes in all hues
Now this means you
Cause things ain't always like they seem

We hate everyone

We don't care what you think


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"We Hate Everyone" as written by Peter Thomas Steele

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    General Commenti like this song, it shows the attitude the band has underlying everything.

    they just don't care, they're out for fun.
    suckswhenon December 09, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's a fun poke at that hostile punk additude. "we don't care what you think". That pretty much sums it up.
    Metallican41on April 15, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song makes me laugh.. it's fun to sing along with someone.
    phantombreezeon February 08, 2005   Link
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    General CommentActually, Metallican, it's about how when they went to Germany and they had an interview, they had a bit of cultural confusion. The interviewer asked him how popular he thought he was in Europe, and he replied, "I'm more popular than Hitler!" So, they assumed he was a fascist and caused a lot of Euro-relation problems. They're basically saying that despite the way the Europeans treated TON, it just caused them to be more rich and famous. Also, that instead of being an elitist Nazi, they don't discriminate; they hate everyone equally.
    xdeadpoeticsxon October 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentActually, Metallican, it's about how when they went to Germany and they had an interview, they had a bit of cultural confusion. The interviewer asked him how popular he thought he was in Europe, and he replied, "I'm more popular than Hitler!" So, they assumed he was a fascist and caused a lot of Euro-relation problems. They're basically saying that despite the way the Europeans treated TON, it just caused them to be more rich and famous. Also, that instead of being an elitist Nazi, they don't discriminate; they hate everyone equally.
    xdeadpoeticsxon October 05, 2005   Link
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    General Commentjust don't know about this one.
    but i do know that hate is not any good for anyone.
    outlawson October 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think xdeadpoeticsX is right. The part about being more popular than Hitler, I'm guessing, was probably inspired by John Lennon saying the Beatles were bigger than Jesus back in the '60s. Perhaps was a parody of that--Jesus is the polar opposite of Hitler, and that's what makes it funny. TON does seem to be influenced slightly by the Beatles, especially since they like to do Beatles covers (Day Tripper, Back in the USSR, etc.) and sometimes use sitar (e.g. Less Than Zero (<0)). Also, Hitler is extremely unpopular these days, especially in Germany, so being more popular than him doesn't say much--in fact it's self-deprecating humor. The song seems to make fun of "hatecore" punk in general as well.
    ajax151on February 15, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningThe tracks "Kill All The White People" and "We Hate Everyone" were written as a response to the controversy over the bands' alleged racist sentiments that were born after a tour in Europe and due to Peter Steele's previous band Carnivore's explicit lyrics. They feature lyrics mocking the whole issue.
    pyromantic6210on June 30, 2011   Link
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    My InterpretationSomething went terribly wrong.

    Goll darn site.
    PredaCloneon November 03, 2013   Link

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