In which god's name
Will we be killed?
Who's most righteous?
Who's most terrified?

When your parents left the house
We would creep up to their room
To the drawer
Beside the bed

We would pull out
The shining dildo
One side dink
The other side Jesus

Not hedonists
Not atheists
Block parents

I wonder what lurks
In neighbors' drawers?
The most pristine
Are hiding everything

Is this our decaying society?
And these are the married ones
What about the others?

Don't condemn your life
To be riddled with shame
Everyone's hands
Cause natural disasters.

Lyrics submitted by PLANES, edited by KolyaZ

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    i think that "natural disasters" could be a reference to the multiple occurrences of televangelists claiming that natural disasters (hurricanes, tornadoes, etc.) are the result of god punishing sexual deviants. an example of what i am talking about is jerry falwell stating that hurricane katrina was god punishing the actions of gays and lesbians (as it occurred in a sector of the united states with a high gay, lesbian, etc. population). so therefore, "everyone's hands cause natural disasters," as i interpret it, is saying that everyone, including the most self righteous and holiest of christians, engage in sexual behavior or have sexual fantasies that could be regarded as immoral, disgusting, or ill-mannered.

    "don't condemn your life to be riddled with shame" could be a statement towards those who are outspoken against "sexual deviancy" but do questionable acts behind closed doors. "don't condemn you life" meaning don't speak out against those acts that you commit yourself and " be riddled with shame" meaning just that, to be riddled with shame once you're caught.

    the "is this our 'decaying society'" part is most likely a statement against said people who claim that these sexual acts are the reason why our society is on a moral decline. this question asks, "are these acts, the ones that you do behind close doors but are to afraid to admit to them, the reason that our society is on a moral decline?"

    kaleyouridolson November 01, 2007   Link
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    like my cock

    JimmyWhackeron December 05, 2001   Link
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    the picture at the bottom of the lyric sheet makes me laugh.

    uncgurlon July 04, 2003   Link
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    after a nice little story, propagandhi spell the point out with the last two lines..

    bluetearson December 27, 2004   Link
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    What a great message this song has - the self-righteous fuckers who single others out as being the downfall of society do and think all the same shit, they just do it behind closed doors. So true.

    punkpirateon April 24, 2006   Link
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    Don't condemn your life to be riddled with shame. Everyone's hands cause natural disasters.

    Anyone know what that line means directly?

    joeybadoeyon January 31, 2007   Link
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    I think there might be more to this song, but what it is I don't think we'll know unless it's in an interview somewhere.

    m.k.on June 16, 2007   Link
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    Kudos to kaleyouridols. You said it, dude. Religious people are fucking hypocrites.

    MissNeuroticon January 05, 2008   Link
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    i wonder what he means when he says "one side dink the other side jesus"

    JoshGnosison February 17, 2008   Link
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    its a jesus dildo.

    bugmenot123on February 20, 2008   Link

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