Dismembering - to chop her body I begin
Bastard - bastard inside
Disfiguring - abdominal wall is opening
Offal - come to sight

Malintention, to chop the foetus I intent, hateful am I
Vile malodours, rancid odours I perceive
I'm getting high

Hate and repulsion is that
Which strenghtens my intent
Fetal incising causes premature decease
Loathing am I to commit
Infanticide in unborn state
To tear out the foetus, my aggressions do increase

Mutilate the stillborn
Mutilate the stillborn
Mutilate the stillborn
Mutilate the stillborn

Dismanteling - excoriate the dead unborn
Vile waste - vile waste inside is
Festering - prenatal fluids I adore
Offal - come to sight

Mutilation, the stillborn body chopped in half
Hateful am I
Disemboweling,
The torso drained of tepid bowels
I'm getting high


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    General Commentthere's really only three reactions one can have to lyrics such as these: 1) shock and repulsion, 2) fits of laughter 3) arousal. i, for one, had #2. funny stuff, especially "prenatal fluids i adore." maybe it's the poetic and somewhat antiquated phrasing, but that's hilarious. necrophagist \m/
    TMA2on September 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentMan this song is pretty gross... and descriptive... even for metal its a bit over the top. Like infant annihilator over the top. This is the one thing i dont like about metal, you have these mature, very respectful humble musicians creating awesome music, yet these songs are ripe with immaturity. This song is just edgy to be edgy. Although i actually have a slight feeling muhammed regretted writing these lyrics, or simply doesnt play the song at all, because out of curiosity i could not find a single live video of them playing this song. It also gives me hope in a way. Also what the fuck is that guy talking about? arousal? wtf?
    NigeliousProcton July 21, 2019   Link

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