"Feed the Machine" as written by Jasen Rauch, Anthony Armstrong, Mark Holman, Rob Graves and Joe Rickard....
Lie!

Turn around, they might be watching
And you never disappoint them
Hide your innocence before they see right through
You mustn't disappoint them

You need the danger just to feel your heart beat
You need to die just to find your identity
You need a knife just to know that you can bleed
You need the pain now just to feel anything

We fall in line, we live the lie
(Give up give up and feed the machine)
It grows inside, nowhere to hide
(Give up give up and feed the machine
Give up give up and feed the machine)

They pull you faster the cadence is calling
And you never fall behind
So choose a face you're only calling out
You mustn't fall behind

You need another death just to have a life to save
You need a master just so you can beg
You need a light just because you're so afraid
Now bow and learn to be a good slave

We fall in line, we live the lie
(Give up give up and feed the machine)
It grows inside, nowhere to hide
(Give up give up and feed the machine
Give up give up and feed the machine)

Sleep
Go back to sleep
Go back to sleep

Wake up!
Wake up!
Wake up!
Wake, up!

We fall in line, we live the lie
(Give up give up and feed the machine)
It grows inside, nowhere to hide
(Wake up wake up and kill the machine)

Wake up wake up and kill the machine


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"Feed the Machine" as written by Anthony Armstrong Jasen Rauch

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    My InterpretationThe track is about fitting into society (the machine). We play our parts and go through the motions (feeding the machine with our lives).
    Essentially our lives are lost and we have spent the whole time doing what everyone else does.
    If w do this, we never really live life.
    Zargothon June 01, 2015   Link

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