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Con Fuerza Boriqua
Strugglin goin through the motions
Day in day out
Another commotion
Backstabbed don't know how to stop
A friend is only a dollar in a pocket
Won't let you
Chase the dream that I had since I was
Just a little chico in my teens
Now you're gone and I'm doin fine
And you are since you went to
Can you see the tears?
Can you see the pain?
Do you see the hate that I have today?
Can you see the tears?
Can you see the pain?
Do you see the hate that I have?
From demention
To depression
This is the anger we generate
From demention
To depression
This is my anger
It's time for me
To live the dream
And to release my anger
It's time for me
To live the dream
And to release my anger
Strugglin goin through the motions
Day in day out
Another commotion
Backstabbed don't know how to stop
A friend is only a dollar in a pocket
Won't let you
Chase the dream that I had since I was
Just a little chico in my teens
Now you're gone and I'm doin fine
And you are since you went to
Can you see the tears?
Can you see the pain?
Do you see the hate that I have today?
Can you see the tears?
Can you see the pain?
Do you see the hate that I have?
From demention
To depression
This is the anger we generate
From demention
To depression
This is my anger
It's time for me
To live the dream
And to release my anger
It's time for me
To live the dream
And to release my anger
And whether you or me or him
Ever really thought that I would make it
Never really took another second
To reply to all the letters
Sent all the people asking me
To be president
And whether you or me or him
Ever really thought that I would make it
Never really took another second
To reply to all the letters
Sent all the people asking me
To be president 180 Degree turn
You never learned your lesson
Your mistakes that
Cause and effect the brainiack
Acting like you're a punk 180 Degree turn
You never learned your lesson
Your mistakes that
Cause and effect the brainiack
Acting like you're a pun
Stabbed your back
It's time for me
To live the dream
And to release my anger
It's time for me
To live the dream
And to release my anger


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    General CommentI think this song is beautiful, even though it's an older one. You can see ELIAS' vocal abilities throughout this entire album, and it also gives you insight into what drives and motivates him. I think the meaning is rather clear. Ovbiously written to all the people that pushed him down, told him he couldn't make it. And look where the band is now! Fuck 'em all!! I think it also involves his parents, their divorce andthe his subsequent pain and anger. One can shed a Hell of a lot of tears over something like that, and if your a boy, it's even worse...'Cause your raised to believe that your supposed to be MR. Macho, and never show your true feelings. I know where he's coming from.
    MaggieMichelleon August 09, 2005   Link

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