"Fight Till You Die" as written by Jim Lindberg, Fletcher Dragge, Byron Mcmackin and Randy James Bradbury....
Look all around you there's a war that's going on
A struggle against the odds that's breaking out and must be won
They're getting ready with the weapons they have found
Take inspiration from the sound
See it in the faces of the people everyday
We need to take control and find some ammo right away
Our cause is righteous and we're gonna have our say
Get ready for the judgment day
Go ahead and try
Or kiss your ass goodbye
People of society are running for their lives
Get up now and go Or your never gonna know
Never gonna make it in your houses lying low
Give it one good try
Give it all and fight till you die
FIGHT TILL YOU DIE
A puppet government
They're dying in the streets
Families are breaking up cause underpaids can't make ends meet
The establishment has put their money underground
Cause they all know what's coming down
A lucky precious few with money in their banks
Can't imagine what it's like to find yourself in homeless ranks
They've got no conscience for the ones who won't survive
The time for payback has arrived
Go ahead and try
Or kiss your ass goodbye
People of society are running for their lives
Get up now and go Or your never gonna know
Never gonna make it in your houses lying low
Give it one good try
Give it all and fight till you die
FIGHT TILL YOU DIE
All alone in your own society
outside are the cries of lives in misery
an evil plot of a false democracy
subjugating souls just dying to be free
Look all around you there's a war that's going on
A struggle against the odds that's breaking out and must be won
They're getting ready with the weapons they have found
Take inspiration from the sound
Go ahead and try
Or kiss your ass goodbye
People of society are running for their lives
Get up now and go Or your never gonna know
Never gonna make it in your houses lying low
Give it one good try
Give it all and fight till you die
FIGHT TILL YOU DIE
FIGHT TILL YOU DIE
FIGHT TILL YOU DIE


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"Fight Till You Die" as written by Fletcher Dragge Byron Mcmackin

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Commentthis song was recorded in 1997. So is it safe to say they are pointing a finger at the Clinton Admin?

    "...A puppet government..."

    "...outside are the cries of lives in misery an evil plot of a false democracy subjugating souls just dying to be free..."


    I believe so. Or I could be wrong. Either way the song is great. Of course... its Pennwise for christs' sake. But I like this band most for their ability to let their fans judge the message of their songs.

    Whether or not our views of these songs are correct or not... its still great music. And we all share the same passion in a kick ass group.
    sdp_clcurtison June 16, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentPunk in drublic says... Give it one good try, give it all and fight till you die. ;)
    _punk_in_drublic_on June 02, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI love this song, it gets you really pumped for stuff and it kicks ass!
    myownprison333on June 11, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is my fav pennywise song, and it has an air of political-ness. Maybe its talkin about anarchy...
    TheAntiPoseron June 25, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis is really ne of their best ones, and the drumming is really tight too, shit like this gets me stoked, they are so rad.
    goeatdogshiton December 23, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe first song in which PW changed, due to the loss of Thirsk. Only have to look at the lyrics.

    Talks about standing up to your beliefs, and guarding them with your life. Individualism
    nex2289on May 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt is criticsizing the government. It's almost a call to arms- the government is raping soceity, and you are the next target in their quest for gobal domination
    epicmikenomoreon June 21, 2010   Link

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