The world is changing
Not for the better
It is unraveling
Just like a sweater

I saw a picture in a magazine
CIA, father, son, the monarchy
They say there’s threat to the democracy
They’re fucking liars
They’re fucking liars

CHORUS

Even my heroes drive SUV’s
Even my heroes drive SUV’s
What can I do to make my own ends meet
I’m selling out

Now every time I turn my TV on
I hear them playing all my favorite songs
Corporate seduction of my memories
Now it’s a jingle

And now the war becomes our new sitcom
Campaign of terror
Eating from their palms
The price of oil’s going through the roof
But we’re still buying
Yeah, we’re still driving


CHORUS

Even my heroes drive SUV’s
Even my heroes drive SUV’s
What can I do to make my own ends meet
I’m selling out


Even my heroes drive SUV’s
Even my heroes drive SUV’s
What can I do to make my own ends meet
I’m selling out


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My Heroes SUV song meanings
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    General Commentarg... why is this band not more well known? i love this song, i had it stuck in my head for about a month.

    i think it's about dissatisfaction with america and politics. washington is lying, hollywood turns anything that was art into plastic, and america as a whole just watches the war like it's a sitcom. there are no more heroes.
    Therealtarynon November 04, 2008   Link

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