Chop Suey! (song)
|from the album |
|Released||August 13, 2001|
|Recorded||February 2001(Cello Studios, – March 2001 |
|UK Import CD 1|
UK Import CD 1 single cover of "Chop Suey!"
|UK Import CD 2|
UK Import CD 2 single cover of "Chop Suey!"
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"Chop Suey!" (originally, and sometimes still mistakenly called "Suicide") is the first single from Armenian-American
In an interview, Daron Malakian explained, "The song is about how we are regarded differently depending on how we pass. Everyone deserves to die. Like, if I were now to die from drug abuse, they might say I deserved it because I abused dangerous drugs. Hence the line, 'I cry when angels deserve to die'.
The lyric passages 'Father, into your hands I commend my spirit' and 'why have you forsaken me?' are a reference to