Ill like a birth defect, press select for the blue's dog
I'm the direct descendent of Desade,
control freaks act like God
Detached from the species,
I sling demon feces, a beastie learns from
what he sees Forever night time,
it's high time, I got mine
I spread through the crowds mind,
like evil through mankind
90's was crazy, mothers suffocate
babies, Jeffrey Dahmer, the
uni-bomber Devil's children stomp
through the streets, like an
At-at Walker Advice from the life hater,
You want to save the country,
kill all the teenagers

Turn the heat up
Turn the fuckin' heat up

I smoke like Richard Pryors afro on fire
I gets Motley hot, my pentagram is live wired
I'm a liar, I'm a cheat, I'm a filthy handed thief
Fuck you life and fuck your beliefs
I'm the dragon, breathe fire, stay pissed like the Kraken
So raise your fist if your pissed about my song
Look to the sky and you'll see God is gone


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"Turn the Heat Up" as written by Marty Mccoy Jerod Mankin


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    General CommentI havnt listend to this song much but it sounds like the singer is singing from the devil's point of view..
    987654on February 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentit's talking about the corrupt world that we live in.
    and the only way to make everything better is to kill people when they become teenagers. because that's usually where it all starts.
    Kutentamenon June 11, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think kutentamen hit it head on...pretty messed up world out there
    harper83087on November 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think the reference to killing the teenagers doesn't mean they believe that's the answer. All of the events mentioned, and people mentioned refer more to the influences on youth today, and lack of guidance. Especially "mothers suffocate babies."

    kind of a big fuck you to people who wish the world was better, yet contribute to the decay of society.
    believe25on April 29, 2009   Link

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