dave_littler (dave_littler) wrote,
dave_littler
dave_littler

It moves me to tears with its beauty


People who know me well know that I am not normally one for listening to music with lyrics I can comprehend. The primary reason for which is that I never NEVER feel as though I'm the one the song is singing to or about; I can never sympathise or empathise with the lyrics, and it tends to irritate and frustrate me that the song is about concepts and experiences I don't share and wouldn't care to. 

This having been established, I have just now been SHOCKED to hear a song which sounds as familliar and as relevant to me as the beating of my own heart. I've never before felt the need to share music via this journal, but today I make an exception. I hope that you will be able to share with me this transcendant experience. 

Yiff in Hell, Furfag! mp3



So I saw that episode of CSI,
But I've known about your kind for years.
I think I'll go ahead and say what's on my mind
And how I want to rip off your stupid furry ears.

Yiff in hell, furfag
Yiff in hell, furfag
Burn in over 9000-degree flames
Burn alive!

Everything you stand for enrages me
You make my blood begin to brew
I wanna murder everyone you've ever loved
Right in front of you

Yiff in Hell, furfag!
Yiff in Hell, furfag!
Burn in over 9000-degree flames
Burn alive!

-sexy orchestra-

Burning over 9000 degrees
Burning over 9000 degrees
Burning over 9000 degrees (in Hell)
Burning over 9000 degrees (in Hell)

Yiff in Hell, furfag!
Yiff in Hell, furfag!
Burn in over 9000-degree flames
Burn alive! (x2)

Yiff in Hell (x4)

For those baffled by the sentiments contained within this song, I strongly reccommend reading this extremely educational article on the topic: 

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//www.encyclopediadramatica.com/Furfag
 
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