"Albert Speer" as written by and Mike Fisher Scott Benzel....
We have faced despair
And found a river there
We have faced despair
And found a river there
We have sucked the fruit of disease
And found that it tasted sweet
Like meat gone bad

Sleep warmly under columns of light
Sleep warmly under columns of light
Sleep warmly under columns of light
Sleep with the fishes tonight

All alone in this recluse car
Became afraid of what we are
And what we might not be
In the land of the free

Land of the free
Land of the free
Land of the free
Land of the free

Smell the ripe overripe budding America
A sweet faced straitlaced pornographic actress
That's her draw
No one can believe she'd appear in this smut
Her face smiling perfect through innocent teeth
Unaware of the debauchery beneath
Smiling innocent through perfect teeth
Unaware of the wolves running
Wild in her streets
In the land of the free

Land of the free
Land of the free
Land of the free

Get em up get em
Down on their knees
All praise to Allah
Who provides what we need
A Swiss precision suicide machine
Jesus Christ
Soul on Ice
Sleep with the motherfuckin'
Fishes tonight


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"Albert Speer" as written by Scott Benzel Mike Fisher

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    General CommentWell, this is pretty obvious. The song is about Albert Speer, the famous Nazi city-planner/architect that pleaded guilty to using slave labor during the Nuremberg Trial. He is said to be Hitler's only friend and the only Nazi to openly admit he knew of what was happening to the Jews. However, he purposely blinded himself with his obsession to build and chose to ignore what was happening. This along with his relationship with Hitler made him somewhat reclusive.
    He only served 20 years in jail and later wrote a huge seller "Inside the Third Reich". Amazing that these guys wrote a song about this strange figure
    Snake Doctoron May 02, 2008   Link

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