He could be referring to his bottle of booze to symbolize his gun, (as it pours out "shots") and the things his alcoholism has led him to do. The modern man built a huge empire then slaughtered his own kind. They can amputate at once." As he is dying, he is calling out to her, she is no where to be found. Song meanings ©2003-2020 lyricinterpretations.com. Hitler was part Jewish, which explains "He slaughtered his own kind." The mother was afraid of her son dying, and then the son told her how it is. It is hinted in other songs that he had (or has) a drinking problem. When their mother receives the letter from the war office that all five of her sons have been killed she burst out into tears because she really did love them and never wanted them to go to war. It's like. After dying the brother joins the black parade as does the mother who commits suicide after learning all 5 sons are now dead.

The last two lines in the song say: "We're only gonna die for our own arrogance, that's why we might as well take our time," meaning that we shouldn't rush into the future. "Tainted Love" started as a 1964 soul song by Gloria Jones, became a huge hit when Soft Cell covered it in 1981, and was the basis for Rihanna's 2006 #1 "S.O.S. That means that the son is asking his mother to stay by his side until the day he dies. He had to wait 22 years for his next one: "Part Time Lover.". ", The guys from Chic wrote "Le Freak" as a message to a doorman who wouldn't let them into a club. A song he wrote and recorded from "sheer spiritual inspiration," Allen's didn't think "Southern Nights" had hit potential until Glen Campbell took it to #1 two years later. If you've seen Gerards artwork or any still frame shots you'll see them in the background.

if you think its about how fucked up the world can be, then thats for you. "Ok, so the lyrics aren't "Well Mother, what the war did to my legs and to my tongue." ", A monthly update on our latest interviews, stories and added songs. >> Suggestion credit: Amanda - Manchester, NH This song teaches us a moral, and uses Hitler as an example. And hes saying that if she had a girl, his mother would not have to live life with a gay son. }; (Originally Gerard had wanted machine gun fire going off in the background on the last verse of mama but they decide that it made the verse too distorted and left it out).

They're all sinning so they might as well all end up in hell. (function() { Don't ask me, I don't give a damn, Next stop is Vietnam; And it's five, six, seven, Open up the pearly gates, Well there ain't no time to wonder why Whoopee! This song teaches us a moral, and uses Hitler as an example. for me, its symbolic for all the shit i have had to put up with and the disapproval of my parents as a gay guy in this shit hole of the south. (the crying at the end of the song), Here’s what I think you know how everyone is like life is like heaven or hell but what I think is that he is saying that life is already hell do we are go to hell.

Either from heart attack or killing herself, what matters is that she gets to be with her son in the Black Parade, the mother earning the title "Mother War" and the son "The Patient." Some of the lyrics are about being born. The line, "He died a confused man, killed himself with his own mind" is about how Hitler killed himself and he really didn't know what he was doing in the end. The song starts off with the soldier writing to his mother explaining that he'll never see her again, he is going to go to hell and that he knows that she's not going to miss him. "We all carry on when our brothers in arms are gone." "But that shit that I've done with this fuck of a gun, you would cry out your eyes all along!" The line is in fact "what the war did" not "was the warden." They now have no mother and mother war no longer has any sons. "Mama we're all gonna die. The song is about 5 sons who go to war against their mothers wishes. Log in now to tell us what you think this song means. That is just my interpretation. I think that its a gay son, and the mother constantly tells the boy that he is going to hell, and then one day the she pushes it too far. I'm not entirely sure what those mean, but if you refer the infection to gender identities, that'll make sense. Come on Wall Street, don't be slow, Why man, this is war au-go-go There's plenty good money to be made By supplying the Army with the tools of its trade, But just hope and pray that if they drop the bomb, They drop it on the Viet Cong. Its a verry powerful song, I think that this song is about a son going off to war. Come on mothers throughout the land, Pack your boys off to Vietnam. It also sounds like he's done bad things whilst at war, things that his mother would disown him for and be ashamed of. Sublime covered this song (as "We're Only Gonna Die Of Our Own Arrogance") on their 1992 debut album, Modern A Cappella with Peder Karlsson of The Real Group. All lyrics are property and copyright of their owners. He is going to die in an explosion (We'll let the fires just bathe us) It also sounds like she has been bragging about her son (you made us oh so famous) even though she hates him. "She said you ain't no son of mine" The crying at the end is the mother loosing her son, and when the crying ceased, she was dead already. mama is mainly about like the first ananymous said boys going to war and their mom haiting them for leaving agianst her wishes. The "war" is a metaphor for his BATTLE with Cancer, and he is watching these other paitents die around him.

We don't have a mother anymore..." They have a massive party the night before they, and they're regiment, have to leave on a dangerous mission, and they sing- "we all carry on, when our brothers in arms are gone so raise your glass high for tomorrow we die and return from the ashes...etc." "Well Mother, what the war did to my legs and to my tongue" Behind the lyrics, "Stop asking me questions, I hate to see you cry," it sounds like the fight was a really serious one as if they are going to lose each other. xoxo, i think mama we all go to hell means the war it's like hell bombs guns u know and the mom dont want to loose his son well because she loves him.If someone is in war maybe most of them r gonna die and the mom is just worried thats all she dosnt hate his son 4 real she loves him and wish 4 a girl cause most girls wont do what boys do there different That doesn't even make sense. It's "Well Mother was the warden to my legs and to my tongue.". But seeing as the album is about the patient dying of cancer, I think it's about him and his relationship with his mother, maybe Gerard is speaking about his life throughout the patient. "Raise your glass high for tomorrow we die." The fact that all humans were born to go to hell because they won't quit competing and cheating. Alright, to whoever said this, you're wrong: And can I note out that the soldiers are all members of the Black Parade. Ok, so the lyrics aren't "Well Mother, what the war did to my legs and to my tongue." The mother rejects the letters sent home and decides not to acknowledge the fact she has any children. I think this song is about the Paitent writing a bitter letter to his Mother from the hospital. They tell their mum about it but she starts screaming at them and telling them that they're idiots and if they go then they should not bother coming back. She refuses to write back to them. Go beyond The Beatles to see what you know about the British Invasion. And so, the news shocked his mother, and then it leads to another light scolding from her, but instead of talking back, he said that they're damned after all, through fortune and flame they fall.

And it's one, two, three, Stevie Wonder was 12 years old when he released his first #1 hit, "Fingertips (Part 2)." Here is the church, here is the steeple - see if you can identify these lyrics that reference church. But this song I think is about the patient remembering going off to the war, and how he knew his mother always wanted a baby girl instead of a boy who would get into trouble and leave her for the war. (You would cry out your eyes all along). The son mentions his dead brothers to his mom, saying that everyone will move on from someone's death, pointing out that he is gonna die soon and he wants his mom to "carry on" with life if that happens. The last two lines in the song say: "We're only gonna die for our own arrogance, that's why we might as well take our time," meaning that we shouldn't rush into the future. div_id: "cf_async_" + Math.floor((Math.random() * 999999999))

mama we're all gonna die is that odds are most of them will die in the war and when we go into the flames we'll let the fire just bath us is the soldiers marching off to battle you made us sound so famous is the homeland making the soldiers out to be heroes in exchange for their lives and right now their building a coffin your size If you put it in the mother's perspective, it sounds like she doesn't want to be left alone and decides that she will die with him. He writes a letter to her and then gets executed later on, and the mother cries about it. Shears does very little promotion, which has kept him secluded from the spotlight. we're all gonna die. Eventually they all stop screaming and die. "Fourth of July" as written by Sufjan Stevens. Non-lyrical content copyright 1999-2020 SongMeanings, Javascript must be enabled for the correct page display, (I should clarify that I noted her name being "Carrie" to point out that she's half of the album's namesake), I guess it's his mother singing to him on these paragraphs since they alternate who sings on each of them, consequenceofsound.net/2015/03/album-review-sufjan-stevens-carrie-lowell/, The Predatory Wasp of the Palisades Is Out to Get Us!

we're all gonna die. We're all gonna die About “Fourth of July” 1 contributor This song is a conversation between Sufjan and his mother, Carrie, while she was dying in the hospital. Upon never receiving his last letter, she has to assume the worst, and realizes she now has to live with the guilt of not being at her son's side as he passed on. This song is about the change from old to new. Lyrics, For the Widows in Paradise, for the Fatherless in Ypsilanti Lyrics. i fucking hate rednecks :P PEACE. I think it's about the true meaning of this world. Not much, really.

A fight between the two characters. After early man (old) walked away, modern man (new) took control. " It's about a son going off to war.

artist: "My Chemical Romance", Anyway, the main poetic point of the song is a mother trying to provide comfort for her son, even as she didn't do the best job when her son was a child. The mother soon loses her sanity.

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