[Chorus]
All religions make me want to throw up
All religions make me sick
All religions make me want to throw up
All religions suck
They all claim that they have the truth
That'll set you free
Just give 'em all your money and they'll set you free
Free for a fee

They all claim that they have 'the Answer'
When they don't even know the question
They're just a bunch of liars
They just want your money
They just want your consciousness

[Chorus]
All religions suck
All religions make me want to throw up
All religions suck
All religions make me want to bleah

They really make me sick
They really make me sick
They really make me sick
They really make me sick
They really make me sick
They really make me ill


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Religious Vomit Lyrics as written by Carlos Cadona, Darren Henley, Eric Reed Boucher, Geoffrey Lyall, Raymond John Pepperelle

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    There's nothing wrong with religion itself, it's just that a lot of people who claim to be religious are just hypocrites who judge others for minor things while they don't even bother to try to follow God's commandments themselves and give religion a bad reputation.

    Most religions (apart from cults) preach good things like the 10 commandments which are for the benefit of society and the 'golden rule' which states that you should treat others as you would like to be treated yourself. If everyone in the world followed those rules then the world would be a much better place. Unfortunately, a lot of people who claim to be religious choose to ignore these rules. Instead, they put all their effort into rituals such as going to church which means nothing if you don't understand your religion or make an effort to follow its commandments. They just go to church every Sunday and act like an arsehole the rest of the week. These people also happen to be the most outspoken and receive the most attention from the media because the media always focuses on negative things. Then atheists see these people and they get the wrong impression of religion when in fact a lot of atheists are good people and would benefit from it. A lot of these people are also very judgemental and love to criticise other people's actions and "morals" even though they do exactly the same things and worse in their personal lives. They love to criticise other people and things without knowing anything about them. For example, a bunch of Christian fundamentalists made a huge fuss when Iron Maiden’s the Number of the Beast came out. They started acting like a bunch of arseholes, claiming that Iron Maiden were Satanists and burning their records. If they had actually bothered to read the lyrics and find out the meaning of the song they would have found that it had nothing to do with worshipping Satan but was simply about a bad dream that their bassist had. But instead they chose to make assumptions based on the title of the album and cover art and came out looking like a bunch of ignorant arseholes and reinforcing the negative stereotypes of Christians. These people think they are doing God a favour when in reality they are just turning people away from Christianity with their hypocrisy. It’s people like this that drive people into listening to shitty bands like Deicide and claiming to be Satanists.

    So in conclusion, religion is good but a lot of the people who claim to follow it are just arseholes and give it a bad reputation.

    Panathinaikos5on January 21, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This song is about feelings of disgust over organized religion.

    OceanOfChaoson May 19, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    religion is just so fucked up nowthat it would make someone say that a anti cross offends me who isnt really that religious in the first place

    fuck religion

    dead_kennedyson June 21, 2002   Link
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    religio sucks!

    aldaon July 22, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Please accept Jesus. You may not know it but he loves you. Nah, I'm just kidding. Jello is da man!

    Grunger83on August 19, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This song is the stone cold TRUTH about organised religion... all organised religion. They just want your cash, and they feed you bullshit for you handing over your well-earned. They try to brainwash you, and if you accept the line of dogmatic idiocy that they give you, you won't be able to think straight and for yourself.... you'll be giving yourself over to a 'God' that doesn't exist...

    To quote another great band - 'Your God is non-existent, you God is nothing' - that came from Poison The Well, BTW.

    Landmine_Springeron August 28, 2002   Link
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    My Name is Jesus

    reaganSUCKSon May 10, 2003   Link
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    i was disappointed with this song after hearing other dk songs like Chickenshit Conformist and Nazi Punks Fuck Off. This is really a blatantly over-generalized view of religion...hypocritical if you ask me.

    BlackLungFeveron June 13, 2003   Link
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    i was disappointed with this song after hearing other dk songs like Chickenshit Conformist and Nazi Punks Fuck Off. This is really a blatantly over-generalized view of religion...hypocritical if you ask me.

    BlackLungFeveron June 13, 2003   Link
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    there's no way i just posted twice

    BlackLungFeveron July 01, 2003   Link

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