Grace land
Inside me
Inside you

From the saints
What say your name
Everyone singing the Lord might
Stand back or you will be punished
Rage between aid
Shut down from Lobyia

Grace land

Zyclon B
Sicken pact
You putted by the superior race
By time like insect
Choking in insecticide
Bare in mind
You're dead
You're dead

No never again
The smell of burning meat
Will make you bleed
Make you bleed

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    kind of sick really. i've not heard the song but the lyrics are basically sick. incase anyone didn't know, Zyclon B was the toxic chemical used to murder millions of Jews in the gas chambers during the Holocaust. they were told they were going to be sprayed to cleanse their bodies, and to take a deep breath. Most would die of suffocation within 3 mintues of the doors closing, and after 15 minutes when they were sure every life had been taken, the SS workers would glean anything of value from the corpses. To write a song such as this needs a helluva lot of sensitivity, which i think has not been even considered here. As i said, i haven't actually heard the lyrics in context so i'm not toally sure how they were intended.

    rainbow8711on April 18, 2002   Link
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    sorry just to quickly add something to the above comment, if anyone has any info about the song- how it was written etc, please let me know as i'm quite interested. cheers

    rainbow8711on April 18, 2002   Link
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    i believe you may have misinterpreted this song quite a bit. i, first of all, would have to disagree with "To write a song such as this needs a helluva lot of sensitivity." the lyricism of leæther strip, and many other similar artists, is not sensitive by any means, for the simple fact that they are trying to provoke a large emotional response to the music. claus larsen, the single man behind leæther strip, has expressed that he does not agree with nazism, and i can thusly assume that he shares your contempt for the holocaust. however, he is portraying it in a light which will cause an emotional reaction within the listener, and it is there that i think you misjudged the song.

    but i think this highlights another point: our current society is too quick to accurately judge anything that they may find remotely disagreeable. the fact that you condemned this song as sick, apparently without much thought given to the song itself as a whole, is one i find discouraging. yes, the language used is harsh and disconcerting, but the artist obviously felt it needed to be language of this intensity in order to convey the feelings he was trying to get across. had you maybe given more thought to his chosen songwriting, you would understand larsen's true meaning of this song.

    animus impiuson June 29, 2003   Link

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