"2nd Amendment" as written by David James Ford, Jo Louise Taylor and Glenn Russell Hooper....
So you want to live forever?
Give your stirring speeches on TV
We can laugh about it later, can't we?

All you heroes went down fighting
So you get in every fight you can
And it makes feel so much closer
To the man

I get my killing in the free world ain't it fun?
Its good for everyone
For better television
Does anybody want it? come on
Will you pick up your daddy's gun?

Brother can you smell the envy?
Everybody wants to be like you
And the ones who don't well fuck 'em
And you do

I get my killing in the free world ain't it fun?
Its good for everyone
For better television
Does anybody want it? come on
Will you pick up your daddy's gun?

oh inshallah
Does anybody wanna get off?
Oh oh inshallah
And the cars will run forever
Its good for everyone
For better television
Does anybody want it come on
Will you pick up your daddy's gun?


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"2nd Amendment" as written by Glenn Russell Hooper David James Ford

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    General Commenti think this song is about how the singer thinks peoples ideas of a better world and how they go about it is stupid 'give your stirring speeches on tv, we can laugh about it later...' as for the rest of it not really to sure!! but its a awsome song!
    emoabzon February 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commentit's directed at Mr Bush jr and the war 'Pick up your daddy's gun'
    wedgewoodon February 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI'm not sure what this song means.. For some reason 'I Get My Killing In The Free World, Aint It Fun' links me back to emoabz's ideas.. People going on about Free Worlds and crap, but the singer here is saying sarcastically about how people kill people and won't go dwon for Murder in the Free World...

    Hmm.. I have no idea.. :p

    --Wallnutteh
    WallnutBoyon April 12, 2006   Link

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