"Alcohol And Alter Boys" as written by Anthony S Raneri, Andrew Robert Elderbaum, Jack A O'shea and James Robert Mitchell....
There's a voice in my head telling me why I should hate you,
But I hate myself instead.
There's a pair of dead eyes in the mirror looking back at me.
I guess its wrong to live life so lifelessly.

Scars are tearing open along my palms and knees.
I guess that's what I should get for crawling back at your feet.
And now I'm feeling so down, that there's no God above.
No mercy for a soul that's just way too fucked up.

There's a pain in my chest growing stronger with every heartbeat.
Now there's nothing left of me,
but empty bottles of pills and Bacardi.
Yes, I guess its wrong to live right.

Scars are tearing open along my palms and knees.
I guess that's what I should get for crawling back at your feet.
And now I'm feeling so down, that there's no God above.
No mercy for a soul that's just way too fucked up.

Leave me here to die


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"Alcohol and Alter Boys" as written by Anthony S Raneri Andrew Robert Elderbaum

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    General Commenti believe its a perspective about the people who were molested by Catholic priests. Look at the song title, that should just give it away. how "theres no god above" because of what happened to them, being depressed and trying to kill themselves by drinking and taking a bunch of pills, lossing faith in god because a man of god molested them. "i guess thats what i should get for crawling back at your feet" is like where they think its kind of thier fault it happened to em. just my thoughts on it
    jonahjon May 23, 2007   Link

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