I've got a line
I can't find the rhyme
Nullify my time
Annetichrist

Dead sensation
Coldest ice, my hallucination
Crazy how my nerves were severed
Burning now, burn forever here

I've got a way
Sometimes thrice a day
Shootin' yesterday
Annetichrist

Darlin' demon
Hell's device is fueled on semen
Crazy how when I get shattered
Nothin's cool, nothin' matters

Nothin's cool, nothin' matters
Nothin's cool, nothin' matters
Nothin's cool, nothin' matters
Nothin's cool

Nothin's cool, nothin' matters
Nothin's cool, nothin' matters
Nothin's cool, nothin' matters
Nothin's cool, I'm jumping off the bridge



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    i absolutely love this song. It's weird, no one around he has any idea who Superdrag is, and they were like the 3rd band i ever started listening to. They have such a unique sound, like an old fashioned sound mixed with something modern. This is one of my favorites by them, it's mellow but profound.

    xSavesthedaYxon May 28, 2002   Link
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    im jumping off the bridge..

    air-rickon April 19, 2003   Link
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    I think this song is about, my own opinion, a suicidal drug addict. i think it shows an addicts piont of veiw before and after 'shooting up' and how drugs get you so low and depressed you end up not caring about anything and chose suicide and a way out. A very profound tune the way the music gets loud and soft just complements it completely. I love this and all Superdrag songs. They rock

    spacehogpop8on April 28, 2003   Link
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    spacehog, when u listen to just the music (not even the lyrics) and think about what u said this song is about, i totally get that vibe. that was a really intelligent remark.

    aisha_08on June 09, 2006   Link
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    It's about masturbation as a "way" of overcoming brokenheartedness. "Shooting," "thrice a day," "hell's device is fueled on semen." I always wondered why John put the e in the title, then I read the lyrics to Cynicality. Clever, I always thought he was just singing "wanna die and, wanna die and," not ANNE.

    pineawayon January 23, 2008   Link

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