Look at you, lying there, defenceless and alone
See I am no fool, I always knew you wouldn't make it on your own

'cause you're just like your mother, well, where is she now?
You'll end up like her soon, 6 feet under ground, loser!

I came here to watch you bleed, oh how I love to gloat
If you had any balls at all, you'd grab me by the throat
You don't even look like me, ha! not even close!
You're an aberration, some freak...i suppose, loser!

I had my fun, I'm going back to the place I don't call home
There's no one there who waits for me, but you won't hear me moan
My ex-wives all sue me, and with half my kids in jail
I'll still come out laughing, coz me? I never fail, loser!

Never! never! never! never! never! never! never! never!
Killing it from afar, go tell it in a bar
You're killing it from afar my father!

Lyrics submitted by llowell, edited by Octavarium64

"Day Sixteen: Loser" as written by Devin Garrett Townsend Arjen Lucassen


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    General Commentyou wrong there , his father doesnt actually cisist him in the hospital, this is just completely in his mind. the only ones who visit him are his wife and best friend
    In the miston January 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is one of my favorites, because not only does it have that catchy folk aspect (including a didgeridoo =-o...) but the singer is hilarious and it's just a great song.
    Silver_Roseon January 29, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI agree! And not only is it funny, but it's intense too.
    Melatininion September 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love the digeridoo. And Rage's piece at the end. And the irony.

    I think it's fairly obvious that the song is about Me's father visiting him in the hospital and mocking him. But he really has no right to because his life is crap.
    somnium_excienson October 10, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe didgeridoo totally fucking owns
    PinkFloydrulezon December 15, 2006   Link
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    General Commentsomnium got it spot on - its definitely one of the easier ones to figure out on the human equation, but it doesn't make it a worse song. Definitely my favourite off the album.
    foffofon December 22, 2006   Link
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    General Commentow and the last sentence is not killing maar you're shooting it from afar
    In the miston January 24, 2007   Link
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    General Comment'The sixteenth day is marked with a rather strange event; Father, Me's nemesis comes to visit Me. Calling him "Loser", and bellitling him as always, it is later revealed that the Father is the true loser, having married more than once and was filed lawsuits against each of those wives, and having a lot of children half of whom are in jail. Rage reawakens and refuses Father's words, reflecting upon the intensity of Me's hatred towards him. ("You're killing it from afar, go tell it in a bar/You're killing it from afar my father!")'

    Taken from Wikipedia. And this song is amazing and hilarious!
    headbang666on February 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSuch a great song... when Devin Townsend (Rage) awakens, I practically get goosebumps... you can feel the rage. The two vocalists, Devin Townsend and Mike Baker, have great chemistry together, to be honest... I would love to hear an album with them both on vocals.
    Mikachuon February 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyeah thats right is killing it from afar, i have the booklet now :) but on darklyrics.com it says that its shooting. so thats why i thought that
    In the miston March 04, 2007   Link

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