Ten thousand times ten thousand
Walking and marching and running
And shoving and pressing on
Step by step, to the grave, marching on
You have a song; unsung
I sing a new song falling on deaf ears

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    General Commentcall me crazy, but in this song in the beginning, cuz ive heard him do it in the recording and live...in the intro with the double bass and whatnot...is scogin saying "this aint my first rodeo...ten thousandetc..."?
    practice_for_waron May 01, 2005   Link
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    General Commenthes says "this aint my first (something i dont know what though)"
    i have wondered that since the day i heard this song...
    im seeing them on december 10th so ill ask him then
    ChristisnotFASHIONon October 27, 2005   Link
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    General Commentpurevolume.com/thechariot/lyrics/…

    10 points for Practice for War haha

    "This aint my first rodeo"
    UnderoathSC3on January 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about how so much of humanity is on the path to destruction - "step by step to the grave" - but when they are offered something better, they reject it - "I sing a new song falling on deaf ears".
    iamamachinegunon April 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentiamamachinegun you kick ass. yes. he is railing against group think and the collective march of industrial civilization to its grave.
    cloud rideron April 28, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song was renamed to Phil Cosby. Its talking about how people have faith, but are afraid to share it, "you have a song; unsung" shows that, and how people just try to get to heaven tooth and nail.
    xxcfl09on July 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIm from Douglasville. And my brother was best friends with their drummer in middle school and high school
    Firebertton October 29, 2007   Link

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