There's people out there that say I'm no good,
'cause I don't believe the things that I should,
And when the final conflict comes, I'll be so sorry I did wrong,
And hope and pray that our lord god will think I'm good.

Countries manufacture bombs and guns
To kill your brother for something that he hasn't even done.
Smog is ruining my lungs, but they aren't sorry they've done wrong,
They hide behind their lies that they're helping everyone.

In the end the good will go to heaven up above,
The bad will perish in the depths of hell.
How can hell be any worse when life alone is such a curse?

Fuck Armageddon, this is hell
We're living in the denouement of the battle's gripping awe,
So what's the use of being good to satisfy them all?

How could hell be any worse?
Life alone is such a curse!
Fuck Armageddon, this is hell


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    True mxpxcritter...Slipknot sucks balls. They have no talent what so ever. This song is nice as hell though and the lyrics are well put.

    Hardcore_Slackeron October 06, 2002   Link
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    NEVER EVER! NEEEEEEEVER COMPARE BAD RELIGION TO SLIPKNOT! NEVER! NEVER EVER!!!!!! HOW DARE YOU! SLIPKNOT IS ONE OF THE WORST BANDS EVER AND SHOULD NEVER EVEN BE USED IN THE SAME SENTENCE AS BAD RELIGION!!

    WouldItBeYouon October 11, 2004   Link
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    i think this song is kind of funny. i really like it though. the meaning is obvious, and sometimes, it really does seem like we're living in hell. it's something interesting to think about....

    I Hate Punk Rockon June 20, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    This song shows what is wrong with the world. This is pretty much like Slipknot's "People=Shit" theory.

    mxpxcritteron June 29, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    The song name means it all. Yeah!

    soldierpunkon July 07, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    great lyrics!

    goodbaron March 21, 2003   Link
  • 0
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    "how could hell be any worse? life alone is such a curse! "

    -wicked line

    coolstuff25on April 25, 2003   Link
  • 0
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    Hell could be a lot worse...use your imagination...

    Cherub Rockon June 08, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    Even though you just did, woulditbeyou...

    MattieCampon November 15, 2004   Link
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    ok wise guy...

    WouldItBeYouon January 01, 2005   Link

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