You're slaves to the dollar you say you hate
I don't want to be the best anymore
You all forgot how it feels to be wrong
Changing the world with coffee and wine

What about being poor as a stand?
What about being proud of being fucked?
I don't like what's pretty, I like what's real
What about finding beauty where it's not supposed to be?

Mirrors, cell phones, expensive art
Down the street they are crying for help
Empty bottles of beer and shopping carts
"They don't need my help, they need a job"

What about being poor as a stand?
What about being proud of being fucked?
I don't like what's pretty, I like what's real
What about finding beauty where it's not supposed to be?

Everyone is talking to themselves
About lost love, lost hope, lust and trust
Conventions and mega productions
Confession of a revolutionary
Conventions and mega productions
Confession of a revolutionary bourgeois, part 3

What about being poor as a stand?
What about being proud of being fucked?
I don't like what's pretty, I like what's real
What about finding beauty where it's not supposed to be?

Surprise me with stories and songs
I haven't heard a million times before



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Confessions Of A Revolutionary Bourgeois Part III song meanings
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    General CommentGreat song! A music website quoted the band as sayign they sound like: "Motley Crue taking a bath with Tragedy while Hot Water Music argues with Leatherface about the state of punk rock." Haha..

    Great song, from what I take from it it's about being yourself and not being a sheep, rather then talking about the things you stand for act the way you should if you truly stand for it.
    ICantUnderStandYouon December 13, 2009   Link

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