Irony Of Dying On Your Birthday

Album: Let It Enfold You (2004)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song is about a person craving fame and not stopping for anything until he gets it: "I choose to be a serial killer 'cause the victims don't get any fame." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Sandro Gitto - Montreal, Canada

Comments: 3

  • Blane from Pocola, Oki love this song. when my whole world seemed to be falling apart it ironically was around my birthday. to bad i didnt like senses fail then, but i definately do now.
  • Kevin from Piedmont, ScI agree Joel
  • Joel from West Haven, UtThis song is about a suicidal alcholic that writes songs to express how he feels about: life, fame, pain, etc.
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