"Rat's Eyes" as written by and Henry Lawrence Garfield Gregory Regis Ginn....
I wear rat's shoes
I pay rat's dues
I make rat's moves
I sing rat's blues

I see the world through
Rat's eyes
Burning
Rat's eyes
Sullen
Rat's eyes
Dirty
Rat's eyes

If you look through rat's eyes
You can talk about shit real good
You will be always looking at shit
You are vermin

I see the world through
Rat's eyes
Burning
Rat's eyes
Sullen
Rat's eyes
Dirty
Rat's eyes

I see the world through
Rat's eyes
Burning
Rat's eyes
Sullen
Rat's eyes
Dirty
Rat's eyes

I want you to touch my filth
I want you to feel my filth
I want you to look into my eyes
I want you to look through my eyes

I see the world through
Rat's eyes
Burning
Rat's eyes
Sullen
Rat's eyes
Dirty
Rat's eyes


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"Rat's Eyes" as written by Henry Lawrence Garfield Gregory Regis Ginn

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    Song MeaningSome people are like the rat. They spend their entire lives living in the hidden corners of the world, forced to struggle and crawl about. The rat is often looked down upon as vermin by those in higher places, who have no idea how ignorant and naive they really are. Only the rat sees the world for what it really is: a forsaken hell-hole of shit. I'm thinking this would make the rat feel either isolated or angry towards those who live with eyes closed, who think of life as a game. And so the rat wants others to touch their filth, to be shocked, to see the world through rats eyes. To be like them.

    Humble yourself, sacrifice pride, and you may acquire the dark wisdom of the rat. It's a heavy burden, but its better than living with your head in the clouds.
    DeepThinkingGirlon May 26, 2009   Link
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    General CommentBeing poor, or ugly.. watever a rat is unloved and is at the bottom
    es89on February 24, 2010   Link

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