How did it feel to fuck a god?
One of the many worshipping cock facade
Did it give the power you believed?
Did your friends confirm all that you need?

Preach it now with such respect
Years later and it's still in effect
Hold it dear close to your soul
Now come closer so my message can be told

Feel - every one of them
Fuck - everyone of them
Touch -everyone of them

Because Everyone Dies

Break - every one of them
Suck - everyone of them
Kill - everyone of them

Because Everyone Dies

It's all a part of the game
You say it proud with no shame
Brag about it all the time
Exception to the rules, so divine

Now it's done it's all you have
The one time in your life that you could grasp
The only thing that ever filled the hole
So fuck, on you have no soul

Feel - every one of them
Fuck - everyone of them
Touch -everyone of them

Because Everyone Dies

Break - every one of them
Suck - everyone of them
Kill - everyone of them

Because Everyone Dies

I will take you
Then will break you
Push you into all that I do
Die

It makes me feel so fucking sick
To think of his filthy dick
But it starts to hurt me more
When I think you are a whore

Little girl so loose and wrecked
How many did that man infect?
Could you give him anymore?
Than what you gave you little whore
You're all the same that's what you're for
Kill everyone of them

Fuck - Fuck - Fuck
Because Everyone Dies

Kill - Kill - Kill
Because Everyone Dies

Feel - every one of them
Fuck - everyone of them
Touch -everyone of them

Because Everyone Dies

Break - every one of them
Suck - everyone of them
Kill - everyone of them

Because Everyone Dies

I will take you
Then will break you
Push you into all that I do


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    I think it is a shame that this band are only really famous for Matt Zane being a meat hook obsessive porn director, because they are actually a pretty good band.

    quiffpornon June 29, 2005   Link
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    i strongly agree, i got into these guys back in like '00, but i do still think that the meat hooks were badass!

    blaze_em_allon September 12, 2008   Link

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