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Loose cannons fire as they target shades of grey
Blood is thicker than stone, nothing could ever break your skull
Blood is thicker than stone, nothing could ever break your skull
Loose cannons fire as they target shades of grey
Nevermind a mind that never evolves from the medieval
Blood is thicker than stone, nothing could ever break your skull
Blood is thicker than stone, nothing could ever break your skull
Damage is far greater than you ever could imagine
Then when you pump your seed full of sewage
If you need someone to hate, just look into a mirror
Then you'll see, who will be buried six feet down (down)
Buried six feet down (down)
You're dead and buried
Ignorance breeds ignorance, breeds hatred and decay
Morals and sympathies start to fade
Nevermind a mind that never looks to find the truth
Just hold your breath until you turn blue, and never exhale
I'll bide my time, for you to cross the line
Cross the line, all it takes is time
Bide my time, for you to cross the line
Cross the line and just trip the wire
You feel so justified in actions that you take
Fabricating dishonest mistakes
You'll reap what you sow, the burden that you bear will be inhumane but fair
It will be fair, it will be fair
Loose cannons fire, as they target shades of grey
Nevermind a mind that never evolves from the medieval
Blood is thicker than stone, nothing could ever break your skull
Damage is undamaged


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Medieval song meanings
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    General CommentI think this song is about how someone thinks there invincible and they never change from that mindset.
    P.S. Diecast fucking rocks!
    gastonreboredoon August 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti agreed whith you gastonreboredo
    phenomenon2006on October 07, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI think is that this song is talking about religion and how medieval it can be in our days.Some "religious" people have made mega-crimes in the past in the name of the religion(and still do)diecast is reffering to today's people who are destroy the whole meanig of what is a relegion!
    nikscrimon August 05, 2011   Link

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