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Insane Clown Posse: Suicide Hotline Meaning

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Suicide Hotline Lyrics

It aint no point to me waking up, everyodys time im takin up, i got nobody, it aint a shoulder
Near, i cant stay here & its colder there, i dont wanna look back cause its gonna hurt, i slice
My wrist & its gonna squirt, for me everybody holds a...

  1. anonymous
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    Jul 4th 2019 report

    I think the ending of this song is J telling the girls to come over so he can kill them and then himself. I believe this because if the line, "This bitch I loved, I hope she finds me." I feel he's figuring since she's coming over he might as well kill her.

  2. anonymous
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    May 23rd 2013 report

    My interpretation of this song is, slightly contrary to everyone else's "Oh, it's a song about how this dude's life sucks, and he wanted to die, but then he didn't." explnation, that he was thinking about killing himself, yes, but that in the end, right before he was about to, this girl called, and he decided against it. Now you're asking yourself, "Dammit, I thought this guy was about to say something different." Well, I see this song as a message; sometimes you just have to remember that even when you feel like you want to die, like you have no reason to live, SOMEONE cares about you; that girl and her friend stepped in, and unwittingly saved his life, in the song.

    And, EXPECTING SOME HATE FOR THIS, BUT WILL SAY IT ANYWAYS, I think at the end of the song, when you hear a preacher praying, it's sort've hinting that it was some kind of divine intervention. Just saying.

    -Jay

  3. anonymous
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    Mar 18th 2012 report

    lol its about how he feels, how hes sad amd depressed about life he feels like theirs nothing to do hes stuck because hes at the bottom and theres nowhere to go but down,hes alone. and when he trys ro reach out to others they cant do shit theyll just tell you the same hit over n over. its pointless.. i think the ending is realy deep.. he always feels like that bes not just on a come down or throwing a fit. he broke down the feelings always there.. but hes just gnna keep living life n keep goin.

  4. anonymous
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    Feb 24th 2011 report

    its a song about a guy he finds no point in life because he has all these problems in his life he thinks all is lost until a girl and her friend call him up asking to come over... if i had heard this song when i was 15 i would have killed myself.

  5. yourangryxgirlfriend
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    Apr 27th 2007 report

    It's a fallen giggalo who came down off a high and felt poopy so he feels all alone because while he was high everyone left to go get some faygo then like some bitch calls him up offering weed and he feels better again! YAY!

  6. Frodobulletshell
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    Nov 24th 2005 report

    It's a song about a man on the phone with a suicide hotline person....he speaks of how his life is worthless and he wishes to die. It works up to the conclusion of him killing himself in his garage, but then a girl calls him and ironically asks to come over with one of her friends. Yes, it's an emotional song, but kind of ironic and pointless, but that's ICP for you.


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