Stripped To Worthlessness,
Raped Of Existence,
Enter This World Of Sin,
Vomit Forth The Newborn's Life,
Gazing Inside The Hideous Deformity,
Blasphemous Delight,
Chop Their Heads Away And Die With Me,
Step Within The Circle,
Let The Fear Just Slip Away,
Ripped Apart You'll Fullfill As You Join The Dead, Underneath The Full Moon Which Dance Before,
Unearthly Fate Your Body Drains,
Ripped Apart The Fetus Mangled On The Floor,
Your Gutted Corpse Has Deceased Embryo,
Dead On The Floor Bless This Day,
They're Suffering, Embryo Vomited,
Then This World Will Be Blessed,
Corpse Torn, Diluted,
The Fetal Soul Is Horribly Torn

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    Yea it's about abortion but I think it's pro-life. He wouldn't have depicted it in such a horrible way if he was pro-choice. I like "Unearthly fate your body drains" and "Ripped apart the fetus mangled on the floor". Not many people are pro-life these days and I gotta hand it to him if he is.

    hrehocikjon March 10, 2005   Link
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    MusicEqualsLifeon March 10, 2003   Link
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    yea i would rate it if i could hear what they are fucking saying.The only way u know what its about is if you look up the lyrics.Yes it is about abortion tho.

    Bigpapakyle1on March 17, 2003   Link
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    im not a big fan of the title. but its a good song. they have a very high vocaulary. the best part is "stripped to worthlessness, raped of existence..."

    MandyMassacreon November 04, 2008   Link

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