Aesthetics Of Hate

Album: The Blackening (2007)
  • Oh, you tried to spit in the eye of a dead man's face
    Attacked the ways of a man not yet in his grave
    But your hate was over all too soon
    Because nothing is over, nothing's through 'til we bury you

    For the love of brother
    I will sing this fucking song
    Aesthetics of hate
    I hope you burn in hell, go

    Oh, the words I read on the screen left me fucking sick
    I felt the hatred rising, you son of a bitch
    You branded us pathetic for our respect
    But he made us driven, deep reverence far beyond the rest

    For the love of brother
    I will sing this fucking words
    Aesthetics of hate
    I hope you burn in hell

    Oh, long live memories
    Live his freedom vicariously
    Defend tenfold
    His honor we'll always uphold

    For the love of brother
    I will say these fucking words
    No silence against ignorance
    Iconoclast, I hope you burn, burn in hell

    May the hands of God strike them down
    May the hand of God strike them down
    May the hand of God strike them down
    May the hand of God strike them, strike them

    May the hands of God strike them down
    May the hands of God strike them down
    May the hands of God strike them down
    May the hands of God strike them
    Writer/s: ADAM DUCE, DAVE MCCLAIN, PHILIP JOHN DEMMEL, ROBERT CONRAD FLYNN
    Publisher: Fintage House Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Muzaqman from New YorkALL HAIL THE MIGHTY DIME! Taken way too soon! He was a genius! Pure Genius! He was a positive figure and truly loved his fan! Forever "The Peoples Rockstar!" RIP DIME!
  • Trent from Chatsworth, Onf--k all the haters. Dimebag Darrell Abbott should still be here but Nathan Gale ruined that. R.I.P. Dime CFH 4 life
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