- Is it possible for you to shut the fuck up?

Follow me now, and I will drown you
Fill you full of reason
No windows, I'll take you
To the dirty place that I love

Slipping on messes
You made when I hit you
Makes me more excitable
I'll never get caught
I'll never get caught
Pull it tight, I'll see right through it

I'll never get caught
I'll never get caught

Cradle the difference, in front of your fist
force it down to bring it back up
and make them listen one more time
You cradle the difference, in front of your fist
force it down to bring it back up
and make them listen one more time

- You are the motherfucking anti-christ!

Wrapping you up in an american flag
I fuck you for the glory
No complaints, from my friends
They keep their fucking mouths shut

I couldn't care less
About the way that you see me
Soothing, I will never be
I'll always get shit
I'll always get shit
For acknowledging perversity

I'll never get caught
I'll never get caught

Cradle the difference, in front of your fist
force it down to bring it back up
and make them listen one more time
You cradle the difference, in front of your fist
force it down to bring it back up
and make them listen one more time
Cradle the difference, in front of your fist
force it down to bring it back up
and make them listen one more time

Never get caught (repeat to end)


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    General Commentyou forgot the bits of what the guy says..

    'is it posible for you to shut the fuck up'

    'hey, you are all equally worthless'

    'you are the mother fucking anti-christ'
    vampyrikon January 12, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song describes whut a rapist goes threw when approaching a victum and the aftereffects of the rape saying he will just fuck u for the glory means he really dont care whut u think of him and whut hes doing hes careless
    SicFukon April 15, 2002   Link
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    General Commentvamp, it is "here you are all equally worthless" from the movie Full Metal Jacket

    this song is much better on trepanation compared to war of art.
    jasondzinielon April 29, 2002   Link
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    General Commentjust i question 4 ya'll that mayb you could help me out on....i've heard to versions of the song, the main difference is in 1 of them, the phrases in the background are clear and easily understood (like very clear), on the other version its not. is the one where it is clear off of trepanation??
    eatagoat666on May 03, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThere was some legal thing most likely when they released their first label record, so they probably had to mute out the quotes and sampling or may $$$ for it.
    stncttr908on May 22, 2002   Link
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    General Commentlike this song a lot,very edgy + nice riffs.i agree its about rape or abuse of some sort.4 out of 5
    g*star13on June 20, 2002   Link
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    General CommentAmerican Head Charge is an exellent band. The lead singer has a great switch voice which he uses perfectly throughout each song. This particular song is giving you a detailed look inside a rapist mind before approaching his victim. It also gives you reasons for a rapist to do what they do and what they think of society as a whole. American Head Charge deserves to go a long way and hopefully will get rewarded for the talent they give.
    TweeKon July 08, 2002   Link
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    General CommentSilent you are starting to piss me off. First you talk shit about SOULFLY. No Im sure American Head Charge is not talking about some stupid shit you think they are. In the Famous words of SOULFLY Drop the Bombs in Asshole.
    onesidezero11on March 22, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis song is great, I like the version where you can hear the sound clips better.
    Muzzyon June 23, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI actually agree with Silent on the issues that the song seems to adress....
    mrconfusion87on April 11, 2006   Link

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