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Does Everybody in the World Have to Die is a song from Hollywood Undead's fourth album, Day of the Dead.

Charlie Scene spoke with Artist Direct about the track. "I was like 'what the fuck?' when I first heard it. It was a mindfuck. Johnny 3 Tears mind-fucked me, donkey style."

Johnny 3 Tears also spoke with Artist Direct about the track. "I was actually talking to my mom. One of those school shootings had just occurred. It's a commentary on society. Back when she was a kid, this didn't happen. People didn't fucking shoot up schools. There was no social media. It was a different society. I wanted to write a song about what I felt about it. It's sad. Anybody who thinks about this stuff is touched universally by it because children are children. Even if they aren't yours and you don't have them, all adults feel protective of children. They need to be taken care of, and they're the future of our world. The idea that someone is running around exterminating them touches a deep chord in every human being. Obviously, I feel a lot of sorrow and sadness, and it also makes me very fucking angry towards these people who are carrying out these acts. It's an injustice. You never get to say, 'What the fuck?' to those people. It's my message to them. We felt it had a lot of anger and energy and could communicate the feelings without words as much. It's definitely going to be one of those songs we'll enjoy playing live. A lot of people will relate to what it's about. The situation touches everyone. I wanted to do my little stupid part, and I felt it was my duty."

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