Album: The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me (2006)
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  • Lead singer Jesse Lacey got the idea for this song by thinking about a gang. The lyrics talk about how they needed to kill a member of the gang by cementing his feet and throwing him in a lake. They are going to find someone else that can do the job much better. >>
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    Joe - Kansas City, LA
  • "Luca" is named after the character Luca Brasi from the movie The Godfather. >>
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    MCI - Long Island, NY

Comments: 3

  • Ervo from Muncie, Inyeah thats what i thought when i heard this song...its amazing along with all of The Devil And God album
  • Aj from Sheboygan, WiI like the whole 'group' atmosphere of the line "we'll find somebody better than you", so creepy to hear but i love it.
  • Jeff from Geneva, OhThe title of this song comes from Luca Brasi, of the Godfather novel and film. Luca Brasi is Don Vito Corleone's personal enforcer.
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