"Killing Floor" as written by Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith....
So this is dream time, and all is quiet
So this is dream time, and all is night
You've never been held by the hand of God
Who's rocking the cradle, if he is not?

He turned the oil into his blood
Panzer divisions burning in the mud
The stain of freedom, he's washed it out
Who's rocking the cradle, I have no doubt

Sleeping eyes awake
To see his hooded gaze
Whispers on the wind
The darker side of ecstasy

Satan has left his killing floor

Satan has left his killing floor

Satan, his fires burn no more

Satan has left his killing floor
So now it's dream time for you tonight
So now it's dream time, and all is quiet
You've never been held by the hand of god
Who's rocking your cradle, if he is not?

Sleeping eyes awake
To see his hooded gaze
Whispers on the wind
The never-ending breath goodbye

Satan has left his killing floor

Satan has left his killing floor

Satan, his fires burn no more

Satan is coming back for more
Satan has left his killing floor

Satan has left his killing floor


Lyrics submitted by Bruce

"Killing Floor" as written by Oliver Jao Smith Benjamin Wilfrid Bunting

Lyrics © O/B/O APRA AMCOS, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    Song MeaningI read once this song is about bad mood. Bruce told that all songs could be related to a feeling or situation.
    Metalratexon July 30, 2010   Link

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