Dead Men Tell No Tales

  • This is an anti-heroin song. Although Lemmy has had a history of massive drug intake, he resents heroin and swears never to take it after seeing people (specifically an old girlfriend) lose their lives to the drug. >>
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    John - Glasgow, Scotland
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  • J.e. from Fredrick, MdI like Motorhead but not this song. Actually I have only heard it once and that was enough for me. Incidently Motorhead is pro wrestler/actor
    Triple H's favorite band. They recorded two songs for him as an entrance theme.
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