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Crucifix Kiss

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Name Crucifix Kiss
Album/Single Generation Terrorists
Length 3:39
Type Album Track
First Live Performance
Recorded Black Barn Studios, England
Released 10 February 1992
Producer Steve Brown
Chart Position



Lyrics

So mighty so hegemonic so hating so desecrating so there so nowhere so hurting
We fall between indifference rejection and the whole fucking wall
We fall

Christin me fuhrer nazarine
Believe in tomorrow but not today
Give me all your possessions

Make poverty your perfect home
Allow your leaders to control you
Questions are now blasphemy

Why walk when you can crawl
Stay on your knees and kiss my feet
Censorship'll stop your excess thought
Check your billboard for my tour

Listen to Luke sermon six
"And if one of the occupation troops forces you to carry his
Pack one kilometer carry it two"

Be a tourist in the warzone
Interrogate scriptures and not your stinking home
That diet of bread and waters old

Now feed on alcohol drug and do what you're told
Now we'll take your number for a name
Soak mind control in christening water out of jail

Fall in love, fall in love with me
Nail a crucifix onto your soul
Fall in love, fall in love with me
Nail a crucifix onto your soul
Fall in love, fall in love with me
Nail a crucifix onto your soul
Fall in love, fall in love with me
Nail a crucifix onto your soul

Sleeve Quotes

  • "It was Christianity which first painted the devil on the world's wall; It was Christianity which first brought sin into the world. Belief in the cure which it offered has now been shaken to it's [sic] deepest roots; but belief in the sickness which it taught and propogated [sic] continues to exist." – Friedrich Nietzsche