"No Gods, No Masters" as written by Michael Amott, Angela Gossow, Christopher Amott and Daniel Erlandsson....
Here I am
Back to the wall
I picked a fight
Against the time
Free at last
I come my own way
I will resist them
To the day I die

I am who I am
My time has come

I am who I am
Take it or leave it
A rebel at heart
No gods, no masters
My time has come

There is no second place
No perfect world
Your head is whole
Freedom in your heart
Be strong
Take this chance
Make your way
A better future comes

I am who I am
My time has come

I am who I am
Take it or leave it
A rebel at heart
No gods, no masters
My time has come

No gods, no masters
No gods, no masters

What doesn't kill us
Makes us stronger
Locked and loaded
Ready to strike
Here we stand
Loud and proud
United as one
United as one

I am who I am
Take it or leave it
A rebel at heart
No gods, no masters
My time has come
I am who I am
Take it or leave it
A rebel at heart
No gods, no masters
My time has come


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"No Gods, No Masters" as written by Christopher Amott Angela Gossow

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    General CommentIf we take in consideration your illiteracy, the rest of your comment makes perfect sense. The album is by far not their best work but it's quite good. In my opinion, it lacks more melodic parts and lyrics are written in the way that they form a strong sense of urgency. So I don't think it's weak, no.

    This song is pretty self-explainatory and "I am who I am" is a nice satire of the Biblical text where God tells Moses that same sentence when asked about His identity. On the other hand, Nietzsche's qoute in this song ("What doesn't kill us - Makes us stronger") seems like a needless cliché because it doesn't fit this song that good and Nietzsche sure has a number of anti-authoritarian and anti-religious statements which could fit in better.
    brujahmaxon August 31, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthe line "I am who I am" has been repeated so many tyms in d song, it makes d rest of the song seem weak too....anyway dat's my opinion
    n is it just me or does any1 else agree dat kaos legions is filled wid weak lyrics and awful music, when u compare it wid the rest of their albums?
    wtbfon June 09, 2011   Link

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