"Animal" as written by and Christian Chris Pohl....
your body looks like sin
i think i want to taste you...
i can smell your skin
but i just wanna use you

i don't want you
and i don't need you
but i'll fuck you like an animal

you're nothing but a whore

there's nothing left to say
stay away from me
you better walk away
you just bore me
can't you see


Lyrics submitted by liquidmercurial

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    General CommentTerminal Choice has really gone downhill in my opinion. This song is just a rip off of someone else's song [not naming names] Not very creative at all. Theres no substance or feeling. Old Terminal Choice was much better. It had substance, and power. This shit SUCKS!
    Ratgirlon June 06, 2002   Link
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    General Commentjust say who they took it off
    AnferFuckinE[y]on June 06, 2002   Link
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    General CommentNIN........, and I expect more from Terminal Choice. Its such a shame that they have resorted to this. I've been a fan for so long, and it seems like they just get less, and less original, and more mainstream. They used to sound unique but now.......
    Ratgirlon June 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commentblah blah blah.. I see only "fuck you like an animal".. Now seriously I don't think they had that bastard, Reznor, in mind when they wrote this song. Sure you might think they are going downhill and mainstream, but I don't see either. I still have yet to find a big following of people that listen to them.
    godlikeon July 19, 2002   Link
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    General CommentFirst things first... NIN is awesome. Trent Reznor is extremely talented, and you cannot deny that. The "fuck you like an animal" part is in no way associated with NIN. The term has been around for ages kiddies.
    GranoblasticManon August 28, 2002   Link

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