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Fell in the well
Church rang a bell
Priests they just tried to help but he went straight to
Hell
Lost in the flames, such a shame
Here be monsters again
Here be monsters again

Brain wash the weak
Join up the clique
Overcome by peer pressure turn the other cheek
Lost in the flames, such a shame
Here be monsters

Ah, he lost the plot, and for what?

Here be monsters again
Here be monsters again

And they roam the land so free
And they look like you and me

Do do do do do do (x4)

Oh lost in the flames
Such a shame
Here be monsters again
Well he lost the plot, but for what?
Here be monsters again
Here be monsters again



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  • U
    UnregisteredApr 22, 2012 at 4:28 am
    I wonder if the whole meaning of the song is just a sort of factual thing. He uses flames "hell" as a sort of evil that consumes people. And that means that people that succumb to such "flames" tend to be monsters. Also it takes the meaning of monsters and turns it into less of a mythical or literal meaning and turns it into something along the lines of "anyone that neglects their emotion and their logic at the same time is essentually a monster. " or maybe it could be rephrased better than how i put it.

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