Woah, woah
This tragedy is such a masterpiece
We set the table and we watch them feast
On the blood and the tears
They drain from the years
From the work of the young, young pioneers

Let's go down together for one more chance
The skeletons are screaming for one last dance
It's all the same, the same old sound
This is the end of the underground

Woah, woah
The story has such a common theme
We sign the line and we join the scene
For the blood and the tears
They drain from the years
From the sweat of the young, young volunteers
Woah

Let's go down together for one more chance
The skeletons are screaming for one last dance
It's all the same, the same old sound
This is the end of the underground

Please know that
You're not alone
Please know that
You're not alone
You're not alone
Please know that
You're not alone
You're not alone

Let's go down together for one more chance
The skeletons are screaming for one last dance
It's all the same, the same old sound
This is the end of the underground
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    General CommentI definitely think that the song reflects their views on the recording industry. It's well known that they had trouble with Victory Records in the past, and I think this song reflects it. They are talking about how bands do all the hard work but their labels reap all the profits, and this is bringing about the end of music that artists have put their heart into.
    Daytmanon June 07, 2010   Link

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