No allegiance

I'll never pledge allegiance to the flag for witch it stands,
a nation under god, don't make me laugh.
cultural destruction embraces this falling land,
you watch your people die, I don't understand..... I DON'T UNDERSTAND!!!

Fifty stars and thirteen stripes, the American symbol you follow blind.
To my cause I am true, not the fading colors red, white, and blue.
Fifty stars and thirteen stripes, The American symbol raped your mind.
A new world order has just begun, and towards the horizon we'll reach the sun.

A diseased country that once was pure,
now urban decay in need of a cure.
an epidemic of criminals and parasites,
depopulated by methods of genocide.
I see right through the multicultural lie,
and mourn a nation that slowly dies.
A stagnat cesspool in disarray,
self destruction, the American way... The American Way!

Fifty stars and thirteen stripes, the American symbol you follow blind.
To my cause I am true, not the fading colors red, white, and blue.
Fifty stars and thirteen stripes, The American symbol raped your mind.
A new world order has just begun, and towards the horizon we'll reach the sun.

I'll never pledge allegiance to your fucking mockery,
do you think I'd follow in the steps of treachery.
To be betrayed, decived by the government,
and a failing system that is so decadent.
I'll fight to restore the strength of my creed,
and to embrace the hope for someone to lead.
Awake the masses and it won't be long,
until you hear the voice of a million strong!


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    General Commentcan someone let me know where i can download Before God songs from cause these lyrics are so awesome!! i live in australia and have never heard of Before God befer tonite!! so if someone can email me @ middav@hotmail.com that would be awesome!!

    DAVE

    SALVATION BELONGS TO OUR GOD!!!
    middavon August 24, 2002   Link

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