Song by dying fetus. Quite humorous actaully considering the band has little talent outside of wicked guitar solos.
"I Am Lost, Far From The Cross You Stand Before, Filled With Lust, We Are All Filled With Lust, We Want This Whore, Impale Your Flesh, Draped In Darkness, Your Guts Explode And Life Has Ceased Behind Your Eyes, Impalement, And Before, Live No More, Live No More, Overcome By Fever, Malevolent Disgrace, Wretching With Repulsion, Bleeding From The Eyes, Fester With Redemption, Your Blood Begins To Clot, Clogging The Corpulses In Your Mind, Ignoring The Pretention, Wallow In The Rot, Seven Lives Have Come And Gone, The First And The Last, And What Are We Even Here For? Some Twisted, Mindless Game? Or Is God Just Playign Tricks Upon My Brain? The Birth Of Death Begins, And With Your Life It Ends, My World Emmersed In Hate, Destroy What I Creat, Deficate, Choke On My Shit, Urinate, Drown In My Piss, Godless, Hater Of The World, Your Mind Dwells On The Absurd, As I Contemplate Your Horrible Demise, Blood Streams Down Your Face, Drained, Drained Of Life" -Dying Fetus, Grotesque Impalement
to stab somebody for no reason other than to ignite fear throughout the heart of students at friends school of baltimore.
because of the young bucking following Dre being attacked, Friends school of Baltimore had a 10 minute lockdown where we closed the doors and the shades and turned the lights off. there were also 4 horns. A young man named Joe richardson missed the whole thing because he was busy listening to his ipod. the crazy MC however, was social enough to agree with my theory that the first horn was to say that young buck had escaped from the penitentary and was at our school. THE NEXT FOUR HORNS SYMBOLIZED THE FOLLOWING about Buck's arrival-
1. armed with a 9 mill
2. armed with a small asian dagger
3. Accompliced by The Game
4. in a state of "random young black man from the ghetto anger"
An internationally popular reggae singer during the 1970s, sung about political activism, rastafarianism,and the legalization of marijuana
Bob marley and the Wailers made music about weed