"Face the Gun" as written by and Kenna Chad Hugo....
Lightning haze
Zig zags in roads
Wake up with your black hearts
Fight the animals
This is the testimony
Of the young at war
Dwelling on the conflict
Thinking, maybe tomorrow'll never come
As they face the gun

Their black gold eyes
Understated the power of politic
Wish we could rewind all the rhetoric
That they've claimed and sold
While the fools rule in praise
The globe has warmer days
I lift my fist to find the solace
Fight twisted tongues with stardust
And hope that love will save us
As we face the gun

Ridge's power is set
Under guises of false security (just for)
Understand (all this to say)
We're taking on mr. orwell's master plan
Take my hand
Hold on because the turbulence is ahead
Or face the gun


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"Face the Gun/Good Luck" as written by Chad Hugo

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    General Commentfuck, kenna rocks.

    i cant wait until this new album comes out. hopefully ill be able to see him live.
    plexuson September 13, 2005   Link
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    General CommentSeriously man, FACE THE GUN is such an awesome song. But then again, everything Kenna does is awesome. I hope the new CD comes out soon. Heck, I hope he goes on tour soon so I can see him live.
    SatanicClownon September 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIm so stoked for the new album, ive been waiting too long.
    steelyetion September 27, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Their black gold eyes"

    -I think- is a reference to The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury, which includes a story Dark They Were, and Golden Eyed but I'm not sure.

    "We’re taking on Mr. Orwell’s master plan"

    A reference to Nineteen Eight Four? I think this song is about young people's outlook on what is happening to our world today and what we are told to believe vs. what we believe gathered from our own observations. The Nineteen Eighty Four reference would make sense, since some believe that the United States will one day turn into a totalitarian government.

    Kenna wants us to not be afraid of the future that is to come, and instead of ignoring the problem, to stand up to it. Great song.
    enjoythesilenceon January 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song, it's the Heavy song off the album. Great lyrics, great music.
    DOOMRPon May 28, 2010   Link

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