"The Vulture" as written by Ben Mount and Robert Swire Thompson....
It's the rise of the vulture,
I'm feeling the panic
All those who are nervous,
With loss of dynamic
If your pride's been poisoned,
If your heart is sour
Hear the sound of the war drums,
We're taking the power

(We're taking the power
We're taking the power!
(We're taking the power)

It's the rise of the vulture,
Gonna keep on climbing
No chance of escape,
No use in hiding
Into the eye of the storm,
With the silver lining
To the point where it breaks,
Gonna keep on grinding

(We're taking the power)
We're taking the power
(We're taking the power)

Overboard
Under pressure
Overboard
Under pressure
Overboard
Under pressure
Overboard
Under pressure

We're taking the power
(We're taking the power)
We're taking the power
(We're taking the power)
We're taking the power
(We're taking the power)
We're taking the power
(We're taking the power)


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"The Vulture" as written by Writer Unknown Ben Mount

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    General Commentthis reminds me of DDR haha
    pqhooliganon May 26, 2010   Link
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    General Commentnice job on the lyrics!!, i could have never deciphered some of them
    iwnbts17on May 29, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationThe tribe called "Vulture" rises and conquests all lesser tribes. Its warriors are fearless(they are not those who are nervous) and honorful(their pride isnt poisoned and heart isnt sour) and that is what makes the "Vulture" better than others.
    Skynetuson May 03, 2012   Link
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    Song MeaningIf anyone has ever hurt you, if you are an outcast, or just generally sick of today's society then rise up as the minority. The minority will no longer refuse to back down, and we will rise as the higher power.
    Arigostlyon November 28, 2011   Link

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