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I believe this is an indication that old men like me still rock just as hard (as long as we don't break our backs hahaha). And by the way it is beyond me why some people think Metallica are satanists. I mean, come on the lyrics of "Enter Sandman" obviously have nothing to do with satanism.
This song always (in a way or another) capture the hearts of the listeners, my youngest son, 17, has been listening to this song ever since he was 14! this songs good, but if u want to listen to the best songs ever listen to stairway to heaven, along the watchtower, it's a long way to the top if you want to rock n roll, and welcome to the machine If Metallica ever did put out a recording about flowers and kittens -- well, first, I'd be the first in line to buy it! You're saying you wouldn't insult them for singing about flowers and kittens. Oh yeah, but they did recite an ancient holy prayer... Half of you people are saying it's a satinist song! Metallica is not satinist, in fact some of the members are Christian!
Look what they did to Dave Mustang, their former band member. They would open the concert with this song in shows in '91-'92. Sandman has absolutely nothing to do with Satan but a calling that you're tired & time to go to sleep.
what he actually said was 'god help me please' and thats a remarkable song.i always knew why the Yankees played this Metallica song during a game.
The riffs beats, lyrical content, and every key component of this song make it a true work of musical Art.
Like many of you, this is my favorite Metallica song of all time and my favorite song to play on the drums.
maybe its because they were huge fans The song seems to mention scenes from the movie "The Nightmare on Elm Street".
The praying girl's voice sounds the same to the one in the movie and the dream-monster called sandman looks like a picture of Freddy who lives and acts in the dreams of his victims ("in your head").
VJ of Oune, India, and anyone else wanting to know..intro for Enter Sandman in Russia and most live shows is The Ecstasy of Gold by Ennio Morricone from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.