Tell me how far you want to go
do you want to see him on the ground
do you want for him to kneel
do you want for him to beg for penance

Thoughts of vengeance whipped from humility
you see and hear no more
your sick feelings
give him no chance
your rage will not die
so you will only live

You cannot, will not and don't want to forgive
and you condemn his life
you are driven into insanity
through anger, destruction and hate -
as you were born to hate

My rage will not die
My rage will not die
My rage will never die

Your hate rams you like a stone
into him a ramming stone
you have forced, hunted and cursed him
crawling, he has seen the depth.

You cannot, will not and don't want to forgive
and you damn his life
you are driven into insanity
through anger, destruction and hate -
as you were born to hate

My rage will not die
My rage will not die
My rage will never die

You cannot, will not and don't want to forgive
and you condemn his life
you are driven into insanity
through anger, destruction and hate -
as you were born to hate

My rage will not die
My rage will not die
My rage will never die


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    I don't think this is a Rammstein song at all..... I think someone just heard the "Ram stone" quickly and thought it said Rammstein....

    Thaugloron April 13, 2004   Link
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    Of course it´s a Rammstein song, it comes in one of their singles, like studio versions or son gs like Hallelujah and others.

    Frauon October 20, 2005   Link
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    No, it's a Puhdys song with Till guest singing.

    tlv13wedon September 03, 2007   Link

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