"Casino Columbus" as written by and Ryan Jay Johnson Jason Aalon Butler....
the opposition is now for sale
so the Santa Maria has caught wind and will set sail
the opposition was there for us to take
set our feet in position and march on, and on, conquest
take it back, wrap, then you give it to me
Indian giving them bootlegs
we love the ones presented on their own time

I feel sick from the blankets they gave me

lock, stock, and then you’re ready to pay
but they aren’t for sale
so we’ll rock the slots in an American way
in Casino Columbus

you see meek opposition
was there for us to take
how did I know we had permission?
we had guns loaded with faith
so keep on dancing and giving to me
history will one day realize
we’ll keep on dancing until
we lose our feet

lock, stock, and then you’re ready to pay
but they aren’t for sale
so we’ll rock the slots in an American way
in Casino Columbus
hot shots every day by day
buy something else
so we’ll rock the slots in an american way
in Casino Columbus

I want to be the bourgeoisie, but I don’t have blue blood in my veins
but I did see the vampirous pilgrim drop a few red drips from his fangs

stick your finger down the throat of your freedoms
and let it all purge on out
tell the modest and the faithful
we ain't shit


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"Casino Columbus" as written by Ryan Jay Johnson Jason Aalon Butler

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    General CommentFrom Jason on this song:
    "Essentially this is a song based on people's complacency with some fairly underhanded bouts of conquest/imperialism/bullies on the playground/etc. Don't worry, I certainly allude to Mr. Columbus in the title, but I'm not thaaaat direct in my subject matter. I'm simply calling upon the events in 1492 to raise the listener's brow with something familiar. Engaging them. Then referencing a myriad of similar instances throughout history and current day. I'm like...way cryptic and mysterious."
    Azazel23on March 07, 2014   Link

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