"Sons of Privillege" as written by George Pettit, Jordan Hastings, Chris Steele, Dallas Green and Wade Macneil....
America blaring in my ears all day
America, I don't see the glory of your ways
The oldest money flows through a bloodline
We'll see if your empire stands the test of time
Don't wanna
I don't wanna
Be a slave to the sons of privilege
Don't wanna
I don't wanna
Be a slave to the sons of privilege

Sweet lady liberty
You are lost, though you are free
And what hides beneath
Can't tell the wolves from the sheep
Sweet lady liberty
You are lost, though you are free
And what hides beneath
Can't tell the wolves from the sheep

America, grin and bare the resentment of the world
With all your ugliness and self-worth
Desperate to grease the gears of the hideous machine
The swine, they writhe and praise the infallible regime
Don't wanna
I don't wanna
Be a slave to the sons of privilege
Don't wanna
I don't wanna
Be a slave to the sons of privilege

Sweet lady liberty
You are lost, though you are free
And what hides beneath
Can't tell the wolves from the sheep
Sweet lady liberty
You are lost, though you are free
And what hides beneath
Can't tell the wolves from the

Lost though you are free
In America
Lost though you are free
In America
Lost though you are free
In America
Lost though you are free
In America
It's time to justify your pride
In America
It's time to justify your pride
In America
It's time to justify your pride
In America
It's time, it's time, it's time

Sweet lady liberty
You are lost, though you are free
And what hides beneath
Can't tell the wolves from the sheep
Sweet lady liberty
You are lost, though you are free
And what hides beneath
Can't tell the wolves from the sheep


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"Sons of Privillege" as written by Dallas Green Chris Steele

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    General Commenti think this is more or less correct. I believe the lyric:
    "America, grin and bare the resentment of the world"
    is actually
    "America, grit and bare the resentment of the world"
    and the lyric:
    "With all your ugliness and self-worth"
    is actually
    "With all your ugliness and arrogant self-worth"
    mlefevre323on June 22, 2009   Link
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    General CommentAmerica blaring in my ears all day,
    America, i dont see the glory of your ways,
    The oldest money flows through a bloodline,
    We'll see if your empire stands the test of time,

    Don't wanna,
    I don't wanna,
    Be a slave to the Sons of Privilege,
    Don't wanna,
    I don't wanna,
    Be a slave to the Sons of Privilege,

    Sweet Lady Liberty,
    You are the lost, though you are free,
    And what hides beneath,
    Can't tell the wolves from the sheep,

    America, Grin and bare the resentment of the world,
    With all your ugliness and arrogant self-worth,
    Desperate to grease the gears of the hideous machine,
    The swine, they writhe and praise the infallible regime,

    Don't wanna,
    I don't wanna,
    Be a slave to the Sons of Privilege,
    Don't wanna,
    I don't wanna,
    Be a slave to the Sons of Privilege,

    Sweet Lady Liberty,
    You are the lost, though you are free,
    And what hides beneath,
    Can't tell the wolves from the sheep,

    Lost though you are free,
    In America,
    Its time to justify your pride

    Sweet Lady Liberty,
    You are the lost, though you are free,
    And what hides beneath,
    Can't tell the wolves from the sheep,
    jamesgcon June 23, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWhat an incredible song though. Guess the meaning couldn't be much clearer! Brilliant!
    fur413on September 08, 2009   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThis song is about freemasons running america and implementing their new world order, taking away people's freedom.

    The "sons of priviledge" actually refers to the freemason bloodline who pass their influence down from generation to generation.
    "The oldest money flows through a bloodline"
    nb. this "money" refers to the freemasons in banking, whose wealth and power is enormous.
    "I don't wanna, Be a slave to the Sons of Privilege"

    The statue of liberty is "lost" though "free" because a citizen's liberty is gone, but the statue actually represents an illuminati god named diana.
    "Sweet Lady Liberty,
    You are the lost, though you are free"

    If you don't understand what I'm talking about or want to know more, do some research on freemasons or the illuminati, educate yourself and know who your real enemy is.
    MatteXon May 02, 2010   Link

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