You are the one we despise
Day in day out your words compromise lives
I will love watching you die
Soon it will be and by your own demise

Buried in hypocrisy
Lacerate your faith in god
Morally diseased
On the cross of Calvary your body bashed, defeated, stabbed

Blessing as you hate
Loyal to your enemies
Monetary faith
As him you'll pay for the lies of your prophecy
Satan wants you dead

Kill the christian, kill the christian
Kill the christian, kill the christian
Kill the christian, kill the christian
Kill the christian

Armies of darkness unite
Destroy their temples and churches with fire
Where in his world will you hide
Sentenced to death, the anointment of Christ

In due time your path leads to me
Put you out of your misery

The death of prediction
Kill the christian

Kill the christian...dead!


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Kill the Christian Lyrics as written by BRIAN HOFFMAN, ERIC HOFFMAN, GLEN MICHAEL BENTON, STEVEN KENNETH ASHEIM

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    KILL THE CHRISTIANS!!!!!!!!!!fuck ur god and ur christ this song kicks ass kill all christians and jews

    TonkpilS_666_13on June 05, 2003   Link
  • +1
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    Actually, thy're usually Black metal bands. But now i'm just being a nit-picking asshole. Glenn isn't being serious with most of this stuff, he just says things to express his anger at the hypocrisy of religion and stuff. C'mon, the man lives in Florida.

    shadowwiththeeyeson November 04, 2004   Link
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    bla bla bla

    nederwiet666on December 31, 2004   Link
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    You guys have it all wrong. It's about the love FOR christians. Christians are always whining about how immoral everyone is, and how everyone should suspend desire in order to make it through the pearly gates to heaven. Well, this is the song that should be played while one puts them out of their misery. They may not like it now, but will be thanking you and Deicide later. Now, they can be among the like-minded where they can dazzle each other with how moral they were before they were offed by a generous Deicide fan. Besides, what validity would GOD have if there were not Deicide or their fans? NONE. Evil justifies good. SO STOP COMPLAINING, YOU CHRISTIANS! We give you a reason to ....DIE hahahaha!

    Necronicon March 04, 2005   Link
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    Oh and I think there is one thing we can agree on... this song is total crap, and doesn't represent the views of an atheist as much as the views of someone who should be incarcerated... immediately. Honestly, it is garbage like this that make me with people weren't allowed to have opinions.

    positive_tensionon January 22, 2006   Link
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    No offense, i mean obviously i don't really think being agnostic is arrogant. All I'm saying is agnosticism isn't much of a worldview.

    chocolateon March 23, 2006   Link
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    If you honestly think that Glenn himself would, or expects his fans to go out and kill Christian's or beat people about the head with Bibles, not only are you too easily offended, but you're also lacking intelligence. There ARE Death Metal bands in which members have actually murdered people and burned churches.

    Perfect Weaponon June 22, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    Then again, some fools like "TonkpilS_666_13" would take his message seriously.

    Philadelphia Eagleson November 23, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    On one hand we have deeply intelligent Deicide fans, like shadowwiththeeyes, who present carefully thought out posts, which provide intellectual gristle, upon which to chew and then on the other hand we have Necronic...

    quiffpornon April 16, 2005   Link
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    stop criticising me for my beliefs

    chocolateon April 17, 2005   Link

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