We're dying, We're dying out!

Dying art, dying sea
Dying you, dying me
Dying hearts, dying minds
Dying sucks, dying times

Crash course in commercialism
Dumb it down!
Crash course crashing head on
Spiraling down
Down, right now, watch out

After all, it's just fashion
After all, it's just a trend
Come on and let's kill it together
Let's make the threat extinct.
Let's let those fuckers win
This is not a commodity

We're dying, We're dying out

Exploit our culture and you buy into it



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Rebellion Is On The Clearance Rack (And I Think I Like It) song meanings
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    General Commentthis song is about the true rebellious and passionate people wanting the trendy kids who only buy into rebellion and politics thanks to bands like 'Green Day' to fuck off so we can be left in peace from those morons. I think.
    acidmaniacon May 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthey kids you wanna look like a punk rocker? get shirts with little A's on them with a circle around them....dont forget your studs! and your hot topic gift card!. its just saying how the man tapped into our culture, fucked it up and turned it into style so now we have little girls mohawking their hair to be a punk rocker for halloween. clothes that were once wore to show the fashion industry and society that they could not tell us how to dress are now exactly how society and pop culture says you should dress.....damn shame, if i wear a dead kennedys shirt and my studs from a 1989 bad religion show its means the same as that chick in Vogue magazine with a joey ramone shirt on with and an ultra hip new stud belt.
    peace.love.ska.punkon June 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commentoriginal people will still find ways to be original. thats what they do.

    from operation ivy's "officer"

    "whatever you destroy will create it again"

    can be targeted at anyone who destroys originality
    soadfan8on January 26, 2012   Link

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