Make haste and find the future. We were outcasted so tragically. Curse the tide, and shun the sun, who needs it anyway? Become a black sheep with me.

I stayed up long nights, staring wide-eyed at the sea. Throwing rocks and yelling but it made a man out of me.

Make haste and find the future. We were outcasted so tragically. Or curse the tide and shun the sun. Become a black sheep with me.

Follow a flock inside to assemble, and rally. Or fight the flow, and light the fuse...

Fly the banner, blue and gold

Conformity it seems all so wrong cuz I always knew, that all along, I'd find solace in things important to me.

And that's the way I want it to be...


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Blue and Gold song meanings
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    General CommentIs blue and gold a reference to Cal?
    HtD_Sherlockon April 24, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe line 'become a black sheep with me' pretty much sums the song up. Its about how trends are changing people and that they should be there selves instead of 'Following a flock'.
    I have no idea why its called blue and gold though.
    Great song.
    jabxon December 19, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is mad.
    kkate10on May 17, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYeeeeeeeeeeeee-ow.
    Ocean Soulon May 28, 2011   Link
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    General Comment"The official state colors of California are blue and gold - officially designated in 1951. Blue represents the sky and sea. Gold symbolizes the color of the precious mineral mined by the forty- niners from the hills of California."
    fm8on June 14, 2011   Link
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    Song FactThis song is about the high school that the band had gone to which was El Segundo High School. The reason I know this is because I'm from same town as the band and grew up going to their shows when they were A Dying Dream.
    feole10352on May 08, 2016   Link

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