I'm infected with AIDS, I fuck everyday
I kill everything I fuck

I fill up with my disease
Contaminate you with deadly needs
My loaded cock is like a gun
I'm a walking time bomb killing everyone

Let me be your stiff hard fuck
Cram your cunt with poisonous cock
Your hairy cunt will be my aim
Deadly penetration is my game

Drenched in my fluids, you'll never know
I plant the seeds of death untold
Before I die, I hope I do
Kill many more as I've killed you

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    I'm probably in the minority here, but I enjoy his music and think it's unfortunate that the music was overshadowed by his persona and onstage antics. He made some great punk rock that was widely influential, but his legacy will always be "The guy that shit on his fans".

    As for the shit-talker up there... if you want to make a convincing argument get your shit together ahead of time. Don't contradict yourself. First you say "GG was another dumbass who used a punk/tough image to sell music to dumbass punks who buy anything that looks offensive.", then later backtrack and say he had serious mental problems stemming from his childhood. Then you go on to claim he wasn't "real" because he was fucked up? So he was totally fucked up, but he wasn't "real" because he really was totally fucked up? Wait- what?!

    So, which is it? Was it just an image he created to sell records or was he really fucked up? Make up your mind, then post.

    And finally, there is nothing wrong with a diverse taste in music... but I have to agree... anyone that listens to shitty emo music with 30 year old dudes crying about how the girl in homeroom won't talk to them so their life is pain and it's a nightmare doesn't get to talk shit about ANY fucking music.

    refusewinston October 16, 2009   Link
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    G.G Allin was a pretty intense person...his lyrics are very offensive but I can't help the fact that I really like it, it's sorta a guilty pleasure thing...I've got a couple of his records...he truely is the God of Shock Rock! I don't get offended easy...so it doesn't bother me as much as it would to others. He tried to keep everything real and he tried to not please everyone! so that's cool in my book.

    Skinny_Mozzyon September 17, 2002   Link
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    GG is good, not only did he hate everyone and have offensive lyrics but he took shits on stage and flung it at the audience. Check out the video biogrpahy called Hated.

    puberton March 07, 2003   Link
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    Im pretty sure if there wasnt a hell god created one with GG as the fucking devil. I missed the GG Allin era when he was alive but CKY introduced me and Im sure as hell glad they did. Atomic K is a pussy. Bite it you scum

    shokknterroron March 15, 2003   Link
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    GG Allin was a shock rocker and he was real, very real!

    sodaminsaneon April 10, 2007   Link
  • +2
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    haha gotta love GG Allin after all these years people are still talking shit

    FulciFanon April 23, 2007   Link
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    Gg Allin obviously.

    Idanon May 15, 2002   Link
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    Yeah GG Allin rocks you fuckers!! The greatest punk rocker of all time.

    mourninghasbrokenon June 13, 2002   Link
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    GG Allin hates everyone. There aren't any acceptions. He probably killed his mother after he was born. These lyrics are so horrible, that its actually funny. I heard this GG Allin song called die when you die that has some of the most offensive lyrics I've ever heard. "If you've got cancer, your gonna die. If you've got aids, spread them around and take some lives, die when you die when you die, your gonna die!"

    Well, if there is a hell, GG Allin would be first in line...

    myownprison333on July 07, 2002   Link
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    fuckyouall, it was way more than an image. At his funeral he was dressed up in a leather jacket and a jock strap that read "eat me."

    JJHx1987on April 15, 2004   Link

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