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Concerns about the environmental plight of the planet ("Blackened"), corruption ("…And Justice for All"), and blacklisting and discrimination ("The Shortest Straw") are emphasized with traditional existential themes. [28] Issues such as freedom of speech and civil liberties are presented from a grim and pessimistic point of view. [31] "One" was unofficially entitled "antiwar anthem" because of the lyrics which portray the suffering of a wounded soldier. [32] "Dyers Eve" is a lyrical rant from Hetfield to his parents. [20] Burton received co-writing credit on "To Live Is to Die" as the bass line was a medley of unused recordings Burton had performed prior to his death. Because the original recordings are not used on the track, the composition is credited as written by Burton and played by Newsted. The spoken word section of the song ("When a man lies, he murders some part of the world. These are the pale deaths which men miscall their lives.") was written by German poet Paul Gerhardt , but was erroneously attributed to Burton in the liner notes. The second half of the speech ("All this I cannot bear to witness any longer. Cannot the kingdom of salvation take me home?") was written by Burton. [26]

Metallica lyrics - 162 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Nothing Else Matters", "Enter Sandman", "One".

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Born in San Francisco and raised in the East Bay town of El Sobrante, Hammett gained an interest in music from his brother Rick’s Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and UFO record collection. When he was 15 he obtained his first guitar, a wholly unglamorous Montgomery Ward catalog special with a four-inch speaker for an amp.

from the album Death Magnetic · Copyright: Writer(s): Robert Augustine Trujillo, James Alan Hetfield, Kirk L. Hammett, Lars Ulrich, Robert Aguirre Trujillo Lyrics Terms of Use

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