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As the echoing screams and painful cries die down take a moment or two to snap back into reality and realize its only a song The incessant bellows and whines of Korns Jonathan Davis move some of us and we are never the same others hit the stop button and change the CD before the song is really over and never understand whats going on As Jon screeches out moving lyrics like I didnt touch you there Mommy said she didnt care I didnt touch you there thats why Mommy stopped and stared he loops over in the background as he relives the moment once again in the recording studio Do half the people who listen to Korn stop in the middle of Daddy to realize the sobbing and screaming is real Accompanied by obscenities and tears Real tears real pain real life The answer is no For most of us we are lucky enough never to experience anything like being raped by our neighbor and having our parents call us liars But most all of us have something deep down inside that we have craftily blocked Something thats waiting deep inside of us waiting to open its jaws and howl For some of us when we are moved by something in this case Korns Daddy that thing howls Maybe it was an abusive alcoholic maybe it was the absence of a parent or maybe it was something so horrid we cant seem to remember our lives until we were 12 Many people will deny these things It is usually the ones whose minds arent warped who dont want to deal with tragedies like that But there are always a few who arent normal who know that thing is down there waiting watching And when something as powerful like this moves them that thing detaches itself from inside like a zebra muscle on a rock that finally detaches after years of abuse and neglect Sometimes
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