One more life and nothings changed.
hear their screams and taste my tears,
and tell them one more time,
this is destiny.
thou shalt not kill?
ten more lives and two full stomachs
homicide to satisfy
i will end you.

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    General CommentWhat this song means to me is... too many wars are fought in the name of "God". Leaders of countries can't justify war on religion when it specifically says "thou shall not kill". I am not comletly sure on the exact beliefs of other religions, so this song, to me, seems to be aimed at christians.

    Musically speaking, I love it as well. The quote at the end goes into the next song (3 words) perfectly!
    Thricefoldon May 11, 2004   Link

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