Rain or Reign?Edit
I think reign suits better because of the subject of the song. In my opinion, it's something with the war in Iraq... About a soldier who's obviously got mentally injured, and that's why he's 'psychosocial'. Or are there clear facts why it should be 'rain'? I can't see how it is in line with the rest of the song, and the 'reign' could mean someone like Bush, right? — The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs).
- I actually agree with you one hundred percent. It just seems more fitting that the song should have the lyric reign instead of rain. I mean it is more fitting with the rest of the song to use reign. — The preceding unsigned comment was added by Darkangel1795 (talk • contribs).
- I agree that it should be reign and not rain due to the fact in any song with this case reign is the only word that would make sense out of those two, but I do not believe it for the reasons you stated, because Slipknot wouldn't talk about Iraq. Also there not so ignorant that they would slander Bush, and they probably could care less about politics. — The preceding unsigned comment was added by Soad (talk • contribs).
- Actually considering my last comment and after that time I looked up the word psychosocial because I was bored. Now I think it should be rain not reign, because psychosocial means someone who went crazy in a social environment. Soad 19:01, 27 December 2008 (UTC)