I don't need your forgiveness
I don't need your hate
I don't need your acceptance
So what should I do?
I don't need your resistance
I don't need your prayers
I don't need no religion
I don't need a thing from you

I don't do what I've been told
You're so lame why don't you

Just go
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die

I don't need your prison
I don't need your pain
I don't need your decision
So what should I do?
I don't need your approval
I don't need your hope
I don't need your lectures
I don't need a thing from you

I'll be sorry when I'm old
You're so full of shit man

Just go
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die

Boom

I don't need your forgiveness
I don't need your hate
I don't need your acceptance
So what should I do

I'll be sorry so you've said
I'm not sorry
Bang you're dead

Die motherfucker die motherfucker die
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die
Die motherfucker die motherfucker die

Die
Die
Die
Die

Oh!


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  • +2
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    OK! I will make this comment simple to everyone: THIS SONG IS JUST FULL OF HATE nothing else........

    Brollyhero99on November 18, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    this song puts me in such a good mood...seriously

    adrenalinegrlon May 02, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    This has become the theme tune to my life, it's great to play after a tough day at school/work/whatever. Anyone that doesn't enjoy this song should think about becoming the pope.

    Artinoon May 13, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I saw them live before their album came out and they played this song and Now or Never and both songs rocked then, and rock now. Great song, great band period.

    Elion April 10, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    lol, DIE MOTHER FUCKA! thats hilarious,

    saneon May 02, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Stumbled across this one by accident, while looking for Twiztid's diemothafuckadie, and i'm glad i happened upon it, awesome song, whole CD kicks utter ass

    MushroomheadJuggaloon October 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This song always seems to cheer me up when I've been fucked over horrendously. And for that, I give it kudos. Not to mention it's a damn good song.

    empire of dirton April 15, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This song.... wow.... Makes me sooo happy after a bad day... just pop it in and let it go... ahh... love the music to it also.... 11 outta 10 for this one...

    poopsteron April 26, 2003   Link
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    General Comment

    Actually it's hardly music, it's crap, but still I really like it. Just helps me release my anger. So many of those arrogant motherfuckers should just DIE!

    Der_Bulleon October 27, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I actually like their "Life" album... its my favorite of the three. I don't think they suck at all but I can understand how they can sound like so many other bands.

    Of course everyone is entitled to their own opinions, no problem there.

    But your right this song is just a great release for anger.

    chino69on December 29, 2004   Link

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