"Rats In The Prison" as written by and Alan Nacinovic....
Rats

Rats in the prison
Sentenced to obey
Broken by the slaves
Masquerading beyond the lights

I am constantly in wonder
What kind of an animal can live in this filth
And you, you're the kind of cheap whore
Who's forever been living for
Sucking the life out of me

We're rats in the prison
For one last hopeless day
The glass tomb's not escapable
Forever buried in it's grave

I am constantly in wonder
What kind of an animal can live in this filth
And you, you're the kind of cheap whore
Who's forever been living for
Sucking the life out of me

Rats, rats, rats, rats
Rats, rats, rats, rats
Rats, rats, rats

I am constantly in wonder
What kind of an animal can live in this filth
And you, you're the kind of cheap whore
Who's forever been living for
Sucking the life out of me

I am constantly in wonder
What kind of an animal can live in this filth
And you, you're the kind of fucking whore
Who'll sell your heart and soul for a dollar bill

Rats



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"Rats in the Prison" as written by Alan Nacinovic

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    General CommentWow, no one's commented...
    It sounds to me like the rats are a metaphor for people and the filth that he wonders about is a metaphor for the state of the world. So basically, I think, this song is a metaphor for the current state of our society.
    Aadriaon April 02, 2008   Link

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