"Prejudice" as written by Clive John Webbe and Max Cavalera....
Shame of all nations
What seeds do we plant in an infant's mind?
Seeds of destruction
And don't you trust their kind?
This hate is deep-rooted, get rid of the weed
Destroying the harvest
Of peace that we need

Prejudice
Shame of all nations

We got to live in the same neighborhood
When you take a man's life it don't mean that you're good
Same blood runs through your veins
Your hate proves you're insane
See a man's face but you can't see his heart
Don't even know him but you tear him apart
Them kind of things, they're just killing off the Earth
Madness, mayhem, we must desert

Prejudice
Shame of all nations
Breeding hate, don't need no segregation

If dirty people are all I can see
Then in their eyes the same dirt covers me
Take off the blindfold, it's time to enlighten
Come out of the wickedness, step out of the night
One man's agony is another man's joy
For self satisfaction we're prepared to destroy
One man, one earth and one destiny
To kill Satan and give God the glory

Prejudice
Shame of a nation
Breeding hate, don't cause annihilation

For real


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"Prejudice" as written by Massimiliano A. Cavalera Clive Webbe

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    General CommentWhat is not included in this recreation of the lyrics is the Bob Marley quote that goes something like this:
    "We don' dip ona nobody side, we don' dip on the black man's side noa' the white man's side, we dip on God's side"
    OceanOfChaoson May 10, 2002   Link
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    General CommentSutch a powerful song with powerful lyrics. my view of the song is that it is about racism, war, hope and the world as it is.
    eathertomon May 18, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti agree with eathertom. and this song is one of the best... its so powerful. its like a train crushing everything that's in its way. i love this song!
    inteon June 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentA powerful song and with a good point about racism and other kinds of prejudice (as if you couldn't guess from the title ;) ). Great!
    MuminPLon May 03, 2007   Link

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