"Kill The Music Industry" as written by Jr. Ward, Terry Balsamo, Kelly Hayes, Jeremy D. Marshall and Samuel Mc Candless....
They change your faith
It's gone to far to name
the way you see
The things they'll change
Your life and control
your mind
I can't relate to it

Sick of all this monotany
Kill the fuckin' music industry

They trust the way they feel
in their minds its time
for us to scream
The things they'll change
your life and control
your mind
I can't relate to it

Sick of all this monotany
Kill the fuckin' music industry

Sick of all this monotany
Kill the fuckin' music industry

Kill the fuckin' music industry! xalot

Why?

Sick of all this monotany
Kill the fuckin' music industry

Sick of all this monotany
Kill the fuckin' music industry

Sick of all this monotany
Kill the fuckin' music industry

Kill the fuckin music industry!
Kill the fuckin music industry!
Kill the fuckin music industry!
Kill the fuckin music industry!


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"Kill the Music Industry" as written by Kelly Hayes Jeremy D. Marshall

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    General CommentThe real lyrics, according to the booklet that came with the cd are:

    They changed your faith they've gone too far they maim the way you see they think they'll change your life and control your mind they can't relate to real life sick of all this monotony kill the fucking music industry sick of all the monotony kill the fucking music industry they trust the way they feel in their minds it's time for us to scream.

    I think this song is about how the music industry is full of bands that all sound the same and they all suck because no one can relate to them.
    jamiethomas3333on June 30, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI completely agree with you jamiethomas3333. This song is completely badass. The lyrics on this website for this song are screwed up.
    "Everything about me is great. If you disagree with any comment I make, you are wrong. Eat shit and die." Maddox
    Aragothon January 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentFrom Scooter Ward himself:

    “The state of music today is crap. I’m not trying to pinpoint one person or one record company, but I’m just tired of everything sounding the same. It’s funny, though, because when we start cutting this still didn’t know what I was going to sing on the chorus. The title is the last thing I came up with, for the chorus. We decided to do it with a lot of girls yelling that line. We had a party one night, and Howard [Benson, producer] had the great idea of bringing everyone in for a gang vocal.”
    mitch01on March 18, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is exactly how I feel Im so sick of hearing the same thing on the radio. And all these people like it just because its "cool". It bugs me to no extent especially now with "punk" being in. YOu see all these little kids dressing all punk and whatever its total bull shit!
    iwannableedon April 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI hate punk, and i hate the people who dress punk, punks are sorry excuses to try to be a popular, happy goth. and preps, preps are my all time hate, they fuel the very existence of my hatred. I like this song because it is how i feel about everything going punk and prep.
    Finkdogon May 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti hate u finkdog!!! punk is a mentality not a way of dressing and if u cant see the difference then u shouldnt be saying anything at all
    natasha_pellinoon May 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti like to sing this song replacing the Fuckin with country. kill the country music industry....
    vince mcmahonon February 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHa ha, it's been a while since I made that above comment, still hate punks and preps, and a big LOL to the comment made by vince, it just works so well.
    Finkdogon February 28, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationIt's about how Cold want to get rid of all the bad things that are happening in the music industry today.
    seeingon October 05, 2014   Link
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    General CommentUnless they live the lifestyles they are promoting in their songs, Jamie Thomas. I think it's about the bad things the music industry does, and they want to stop those things and keep the good things about it.
    seeingon February 27, 2015   Link

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