RZA – Fatal

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What is it?

Today’s song is the song Fatal by RZA from the Blade: Trinity Soundtrack.


Song 2

Song 3

What is it about?

Lyrics (Source: Google Play Music)

Yo, yo, yo,
It’s the feast of the blood was said,
To unleash the beast within,
I walk around, with the strength of a hundred men,
To best to run before I count to ten,
Blood drippin from my canine, like a fountain pen,
It seems I’ve been asleep for a thousand years,
The way my world has changed it brings me a thousand tears,
Prince of darkness, they walk through the rays of light,
To this being a vampire, I’m the prototype,
This shape shifting mirror image flash photo type,
To everlasting original red blood-o-type

He was born perfect,
And just like the great white shark,
This guy has never had to evolve

Try to do as my name, that’s fatal,
Try to claim my fame, (for)that’s fatal,
About to brave the pain, that’s fatal,
Bite through your jugular vein, that’s fatal,

Come on, walk with me,
Come on, walk with me,
Come on, walk with me,
walk with me,
Come on, walk with me,
Come on, walk with me,
Come on, walk with me,
walk with me,
Come on, walk with me,

You’re not imortal
I must have heard hundreds of you rodents make the same claim,
Each one of them has tasted the end of my sword,

I swipe back with a vengeance,
The father of your descendants,
And I can’t be deflected, by your silver cross pendants,
Blimey holy water, you make the false images,
Once waiting for the sickle, aaah your life of innocence,
Sting like the scorpion, strike with the force of ten,
My blood is gonna revitalisethe corpse of men,
And the last thing they said they’d never walk again,
The black death and I doubt they talk again

Try to do as my name, that’s fatal,
Try to claim my fame, (for)that’s fatal,
About to brave the pain, that’s fatal,
Bite through your jugular vein, that’s fatal.

Written by Robert F Diggs, Lou Reed • Copyright © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc, Universal Music Publishing Group

My Thoughts

I know some people did not like the movie that this song is from but I like this song and I think that it worked when it was used in the movie Blade: Trinity.

This song makes for a great song to listen to and to daydream to when you are exercising.

The end,

-John Jr

By John Jr

Hello, I am John Jr, welcome.

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