a bunch of smoke with building wad
in dissent under your "god"
& we biked to drink the day
because downtown just fell away

& the towers falling down
gave the u.s.a. a frown
& all the bumpkins wept at zero ground
but all those fucking lies
sew up our weary eyes
cause 9/11 was an inside thing
& G-dub played the king
to wipe the crim scene clean
smart folks know what i mean
Giuliani fixed the job
abetted by the mob
air-force & C.I.A.
N.O.R.A.D. with Dick Cheney
erased the facts away

& the towers falling down
spun the populace around
& all the families wept at zero ground
three-thousand bodies never found?
"pull"'s construction worker slang
for a controlled demolition
bombed to pull it to its base
Marvin Bush helped put in place
but crushed people "vaporized"?
with the evidence erased
the victims families had no case

but all these fucking lies
make the baby jesus cry
cause 9/11 was an inside job
not a "fuck u.s. kabob"
like the media portrayed
like the G.I.s would get laid
& it makes no fucking sense
like a failed air-force defense
because corporate oil got paid
& i'll save you some suspense
they wanted "dead presidents"


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    General Commentdayum straight!
    thedeadwalk138on January 08, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI don't think that anyone needs to tell what is the meaning of this song. 911 was an inside job, for sure, just take a look around the american governement had create this feeling of fear & insecurity all over the country and they did it to make more money.

    If you don't believe that it was a scam, just take a look at ''Loose Chance'' that's an excellent documentary that explain all the facts.


    gui-emon February 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentOh, and also, this is an awesome song like all the others on this cd!
    gui-emon February 23, 2009   Link

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