Hollywood Undead: Pain Meaning
With their necks through this noose
Were told lies like its truth
And we suspect that its you
So you strap them with the AK
Its mother fucking may day
They swear I'm fucking crazy
Aint nothing gonna save me
I'm breaking I...
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:
This song is about being an innocent person growing up when the world beats you down and the damages you suffer from all the pain you go through. My favourite lines are "The necks of these youths with their necks through this noose" and "Time is getting shorter with these enforced disorders". Those lines say how these damaged kids and teens grow up with mood disorders because of what happens to them. ( Physical abuse, mental abuse, sexual abuse, it all has similar repercussions )
2TOP RATED#2 top rated interpretation:anonymous Jan 25th 2013 report
The first verse is about how the people in high positions of power (Presidents usually) lie to the youth of today through political propaganda to send them off to war just to become damaged mentally/physically or even die. The second verse takes this and goes even further. He touches on the rage of the youth today, how some of them are actually socially aware and upset with how the world is and how it's affected them. "If you care then they drug you, when no ones their and they numb you, fill you with terror and crush you, pretend to care as they shove you." is about how most of the kids get drugged to "help" them but in the end they are just being numbed and the pharmaceutical companies don't even care, they're part of the problem. He then explains how these kids will look up to a band like HU because they seem like the only voice of truth, but he is just as messed up as the kid. Time is getting shorter, the end is near, as the corrupt enforcers of the world are leading it to it's doom. The bridge is the most powerful point in the song because it's full of hope and faith, singing for God to save us, singing to not give up and keep fighting the system and the pain because the worst is almost over and we can make it. The chorus I think is the president who's been a puppet for bad guys realize how badly he's hurt his people and regret it.
I hope that wasn't too much to read. I'm absolutely in love with this song!
anonymous Dec 23rd 2019 report
They broke up with someone and are now seeing how they hurt the girl. They feel utterly helpless and begin to lose trust in all of humanity itself.
anonymous Jul 13th 2019 report
anonymous Dec 5th 2017 report
I think it's about veterans and when they go to war they see glory but when they get back from the war they saw all the shit that went down and can see other veterans pain
anonymous Oct 21st 2017 report
I agree with u that it is about corruot bs happenin in the world. Fuck those mfs
anonymous Nov 13th 2016 report
A guy cheats on a girl then the girl cheats on the guy and he finally sees her pain and he ends up committing suicide. Sorry if my interpretation is bad. Have a great day/ night (^3^)
anonymous Apr 2nd 2012 report
I think its about how someone didnt realize what kind of pain some kids go through and the parts that are sung by Johnny 3 Tears about "I'm naked, I'm kneeling" are about the teens finally breaking down and going through what they do mentally. The chorus says about how they finally realize and feel their pain and abuse mentally that they go through. The second verse is telling the young teenagers and young adults that its not their fault, that its everyone else's and society's fault because the people they thought they could trust were the ones causing them pain and suffering. At the end, "We cant top now, we're so close now" is saying for them to keep going and someday they will get through it all and leave behind all the hurt thats been givin to them.
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