"We, the Pros of Con" as written by and Jean Nascimento Jason Aalon Butler....
Let me count the ways, decades of excuses
I don't want to know.

My T.V. died today, that was my excuse,
because I don't want to know.

I caught that girl justice cutting holes in her blindfold.

I'll take my brother's hand, from the mother land to father's grave
And I'll break those other hands from other lands, for father's sake

Full paid justice, holiday truths
It's all for you
You will pay for what they do
It's all for who?
It's all for you.

I was blind the day they broadcast revolution.
I ain't gotta know.
So let me die today, by work of evolution
I ain't gotta know.

I'll take my brother's hand, from the mother land to father's grave
And I'll break those other hands from other lands, for father's sake

Full paid justice, holiday truths
It's all for you
You will pay for what they do
It's all for who?
It's all for you.

B-b-buy me a new car and shiny diamonds
Let's start living a way old money can't be bored
B-b-buy me a foreign car and bloody diamonds
That's not given away.

Full paid justice, holiday truths
It's all for you
You will pay for what they do
It's all for who?
It's all for you.

B-b-buy me a new car and shiny diamonds
Let's start living a way old money can't be bored
B-b-buy me a foreign car and bloody diamonds
That's not given away.


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    Song MeaningFrom Jason on this song:
    "This is a song we do not play live. Although we all agree we would like to, it never seems to happen. Again, this is a song that touches on the issue of that proverbial blindfold that those atop the caste offer us to wear the moment we exit the womb. Once they see that we have succumbed to its appeal in one way or another, they then tighten that blindfold.

    Now not to make sure we cannot behold what is in front, around, or more crassly put - inside of us, but they are now lessening the slack on these blindfolds that circumvent our skulls so dramatically that we can't even fathom thinking. "Blindfolds", impaired vision used as a metaphor for complacency in a socially/mentally diseased environment, all these new age punk rock metaphors. Who the hell does that? Probably the same guy that uses metaphors for satire and satire to provoke thought.

    Or just some verbose asshole from Inglewood. Either way, I got you this far."
    Azazel23on March 07, 2014   Link

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