"Blaze" as written by Christian Kane and Jason Southard....
We rise like lions after slumber
in unvanquishable number
Shake these chains to earth like dew
You are many, they are few!

Without a voice to question the hollow aggression
of public perception through all this time we rise
The human solution!

We're amplified, adrenaline
another flag's shadows covers us again
and on these steps, take back our days
and when we go go out in a blaze
We'll go go out in a blaze
Human pollution!

In the people's war behind the writing on the wall
In the people's war searching, spoiling for a fall
searching, spoiling for a fall
it's written in our blood so don't misdirect your rage
don't misdirect your rage
don't misdirect your rage
don't misdirect your rage
In the human solution

We're amplified, adrenaline
another flag's shadows covers us again
and on these steps, insurgent days
so when we go go out in a blaze
We go go out in a blaze
We'll go go out in a blaze


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"Blaze" as written by Jason Southard Christian Kane

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    General Commentthe first stanzas of this song are taken from the old radical/anarchist writings of Percy Shelley which goes:
    Rise like lions after slumber
    In unvanquishable number!
    Shake your chains to earth, like dew
    Which in sleep had fallen on you --
    Ye are many, they are few!
    -- "Mask of Anarchy"

    These lines can also be found in the great book "A People's History of the United States" by Howard Zinn in the last lines of the last page. Read this book and blow your mind!
    bigiggmacon June 04, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAnother song that refers to those lines is Pale Horse by John Vanderslice. I thought those lyrics were familiar.
    GBSon December 31, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthis song is so hardcore. pairs well with amplify
    punkchris55on April 06, 2006   Link

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