Sit here and take in the earthworms snuggling to the greens boy doesn't even know chalk from cheese hold that breath everyone the cow's finally being milked for what it's worth drizzle that nipple run it till some sense leaks out Class you won't succeed in life you boys will grow to rape and you girls will grow up getting off being raped Class dismissed homework for this evening is experiment the bodi'es intake of poisonous cleaning products a golden star for the ones sent to the ER Good day my L's were dotted and my T's were crossed more than enough time to make such words as inconsiderate and illegitimate Stop while I was stretching I was being sent up to the stage holding that hairy rat felling ridiculous hold 'em high hold 'em tight show them what you are worth snapping out of dreaming that dose of reality was no figure of speech Clearing my passage here it goes holding that hairy rat hostage for the need of love is at it's all time high you don't have a leg to stand on so listen to reason otherwise accumulation of the butchery will be very overwhelming to all justifiable to me.


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    General CommentI hate to suppose a simple synopsis for such a beautifully layered and mysterious bunch of lyrical gold.

    But it seems to me that a shy student of above average intelligence sees nothing but fault in an educational system that has nothing to offer for him.
    benjaminoliveron December 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI have absolutely no idea what this song could mean.
    So, shooting into the dark, I can assume its about teenagers or immature individuals in general engaging in acts of maturity when they quite frankly have no idea of what they're getting into.

    My favorite line, "Homework for this evening...a golden star for the ones sent to the ER", may refer to this undying urger to involve ourselves in harmful acts towards ourselves like its some sort of mission.

    I personally know a few individuals that don't know when to quit, and it would take them a rough face plant at rock bottom to snap them out of this self-destructive circle of drug-use.

    To me, this song speaks alot about the self-abusing mannerisms of today's youth. Me being a part of that category can say I've found myself in the exact situation.
    AnFromHerGutIcameon May 17, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think a load of it is a load of shite (in the nicest way) and the rest is a teachers inner monologue.

    yupyup.
    njjisgodon May 28, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI don't know what it means, but im pretty sure it has to do witna school setting, within a classroom and a autitorium, because of the talk of a stage and speech. Beause of the talk of feeling "ridiculous" it could be about a speech tht no one else agrees with. Idk. And its my I's were dotted not my L's, what the fuck.
    cheeseinthetacoon November 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI agree a bit with "from her gut"

    "Class you won't succeed in life you boys will grow to rape and you girls will grow up getting off being raped"

    That line in itself pretty much sums up the song, in my eyes.

    I also think they are trying to say that the public school system is fucking with kids. Maybe?

    I do believe the stupid ones now days are rewarded more so than the ones that actually deserve it. Ex, Gov't grants? Feel free to add or to this, or disagree.
    nathansdickdisasteron October 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentFirst of all, great song. No doubt about that.

    I think this song has alot to do with the general blindness and sheep-like behaviour of many younger people:

    "Class dismissed homework for this evening is experiment the body's intake of poisonous cleaning products a golden star for the ones sent to the ER"

    Showing that some kids will do anything they're told, even if, for example, it sends them to the ER.
    Also, if 12 went that into the idea, perhaps the stage is the ER? (Just throwing that out there)

    "My I's were dotted and my T's were crossed more than enough time to make such words as inconsiderate and illegitimate"

    I think this could also be an attack towards the educational system, branding it as inconsiderate and illegitimate.
    artificiallife99on January 02, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthis song is the shiiiiiiiiiit!!!!


    <33
    Lindsey66on May 07, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti think it has to do with an intelligent student who doesn't agree with the school system. who says its has to be public? it can be a private school. the person engages in harmful acts or is watching being people engaging in harmful acts.i guess drugs.

    "snapping out of dreaming that dose of reality was no figure of speech"


    greenokiyaon November 25, 2009   Link

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