Christian's Inferno

Album: 21st Century Breakdown (2009)
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  • I got under the grip
    Between this modern hell
    I got the rejection letter in the mail and
    It was already ripped to shreds.
    Seasons in a ruin and
    This bitter pill is chased with blood.
    There's fire in my veins
    And it's pouring out like a flood

    Woah, Christian's inferno
    Woah, Christian's inferno
    Woah, Christian's inferno
    Woah, Christian's inferno

    This diabolic state is gracing my existence
    Like a catastrophic baby
    Maybe maybe you're the chemical reaction
    I am the atom bomb
    I am the chosen one
    Toxin your reservoir
    And then return man to ape

    Woah, Christian's inferno
    Woah, Christian's inferno
    Woah, Christian's inferno
    Woah, Christian's infernoWriter/s: BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG, FRANK E., III WRIGHT, FRANK EDWIN WRIGHT III, MICHAEL PRITCHARD, MIKE DIRNT, MIKE RYAN PRITCHARD, TRE COOL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 1

  • Jose from Fresno, CaIm christian but i love this song because i dont take music seriously and because i know "Chrisitan" is a fictional character of GreenDay's 21st Century Breakdown album.
    That said, i want to point out that Armstrong can do some serious vocals!
    They are amazing artist who are constantly evolving and i would like to see them do some Metalcore! that would be great..
    at 2:22 Armstrong does some great screaming..they should seriously consider doing some screamo/metal.
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