We are never the culprits...
We are always the victims...

Blind yourselves with indignations
Feed the mass a vengeful elation
Enjoy the last era you ignorant hate machine
Enjoy the last era you ignorant pride machine
Incite the mass to hate our brothers
Feed the mass a justified murder

We are never the culprits
In this world
We are always the victims
Who will fold?

You act as if our hands were spotless
Facts are picked to suit our own causes
Enjoy the last era you pathetic propaganda whore
When will you realize there's nothing worth dying for?
And now you've wasted your existence
To feed the mass a justified murder

We are never the culprits
In this world
We are always the victims
Who will fold?

You feel hate to give you purpose
Lost yourself in a larger cause
Step outside your righteous pose
Your beliefs are not the laws

I hope I'm there when there's nothing left to hate...


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    General Commentthe united states government
    paperdolldecay16on May 03, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI do believe the correct, band backed-up meaning behind this song is 9-11. "Feed the mass a justified murder" - the terrorists believe their killing is justified by their religion. "You've wasted your existence" - they killed themselves pointlessly, except to kill others. "Lost yourself in a larger cause" - they dedicated themselves to their religion blindlessly. Look deeply into the lyrics and you see it quite clearly.
    atomsplitteron December 04, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song was written before 9/11.
    samwaltonon September 27, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah, the majority of the songs were written before 9/11, if I'm not mistaken. To me, this song is just about all sorts of people justifying the atrocious things they've done. If you look back over history, the Crusades, the Revolutionary War, 9/11, all of these people were lashing out against something different, but to them, it was all ok because it was for a greater purpose, for the greater good. Whether or not they were all right, that kind of remains to be seen.

    The song does seem especially pertinent to 9/11, though.
    theGrynchon January 04, 2009   Link

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