Miseria Cantare
by AFI

Album: Sing The Sorrow (2003)

Songfacts®:

  • Exactly 100 words in length, the title means "Sing The Sorrow" in Latin.
  • The beginning of the song on the album is on an electric drum kit, but the rest is on an actual one. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Harry - Adelaide, Australia, for above 2

Comments: 3

  • Aaron from Independence, KsSing the Sorrow translates into Wretched Chant in latin....Sing The Sorrow is Sono Moestitia
  • Anna from San Francisco, United Statesthis is an awesome song. one of my all time faves.
  • Ringgo from Montclair, CaMy first exposure to AFI was through this song, and man..i loved it as soon as the drums hit. Also a cool entrance song for former Ring of Honor wrestler (and now ECW wrestler) CM Punk
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