i've heard too much about the people in the ghetto heard too much about the working class motto how you don't know life if you ain't seen the street racialist poor against the racialist elite a million people in factory and office aware there's something missing, but living with their losses there's no fight to get where they'd rather be only the accepting of dependency wait in the shop, for what you ain't got lying on the beaches for the social elite working 9 to 4, revolved around more fear, guilt, abuse, love and moral truth war in your bedroom, bodies in your fridge domestic violence, the tomb you dig rules for survival, rules that they wrote thinking it's your freedom when it's rammed down your throat on the boundary, choose your family choose what school, no choice at all choose what church, allow you to hurt choosing your power, choosing your hour

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    General CommentThis is possibly my favorite song on Stations. The general overall message to this song is that people need to stop talking about that which they don't know the real truth behind. Also, there are more important things that should be discussed in society, like what makes the world the way it is. You are controlled, confined to live a specific way of life and by a specific lifestyle. You're stuck in a spcific class, you must work for the social elite with a standard 9 to 4 job, because that's the way it is. You have no choice.
    WorldInferno67on June 06, 2007   Link

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