"In Their Hearts Is Right" as written by Greg Graffin and Brett Gurewitz....
There's something pathetic in the world today
And I don't know how it all began
As if all the shame and punishment will finally make me understand

A word means nothing wanting action
Intentions are valuable as deeds
And a wound can dog you for a lifetime
Unless it only makes you bleed

Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows now

Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
what's in their heart is right

I'm just a termite on an ant hill
I think about it every single day
A senseless being lacking inspiration
Just waiting to be blown away

Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows now

Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
what's in their heart is right

Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows now

Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows now

Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
Everybody, everybody, everybody knows
what's in their heart is right


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"In Their Hearts Is Right" as written by Greg Graffin Brett W. Gurewitz

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    Song MeaningGreat song. society values things that are not real. Imaginary things (a persons word, intentions etc) are important.. .they can wound you for a lifetime. But the actual physical things are ignored (unless it only makes you bleed).

    How did we get here?
    leemodon September 20, 2013   Link
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    General CommentPARADOX. Plain and simple.
    tveniceon November 27, 2013   Link

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