Who are you to say what is real and what is fake?
And who here matters anyway?
It's nothing that I haven't heard

We're all sellouts in your eyes, that's no surprise
But we never tried to disguise
Everything we want to be
Quite honestly

Who cares what you have to say?

Why do you hate what you can't relate to?
Well it's not like it could lead us to our place
If we share the same state, why do you act this way?
Every day

Who are you to say what is real and what is fake?
And who here matters anyway?
It's nothing that I haven't heard


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    General Commentlovvevee this song
    kri$tinon March 05, 2007   Link
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    General Commentstraight from Jordan himself
    lowcut.dk/037_lc/interview/…

    This song was written about the countless bands we have encountered along the way who say one thing, then turn around to twist things on us when we have our backs turned. "If we share the same stage, why do you act this way?" We are not exploiting hardcore. People need to get over themselves.
    At the same time, we don't pay these people much attention anyway, cause it'll just keep them going. And to be honest, their lives don't affect mine in anything more than a minute long punk song. After that, I've got other stuff to worry about.
    keywepieon March 28, 2007   Link

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