"The Price Of Reality" as written by and Casey Karim Chmielinski....
Let them inject you, inject you freely
The sores of truth reprised
Truth mended with the razors, deny
I stand accused at the end of our lives

And did they want to find you?
And did they bury your life?
It's just a holiday for you
Human assembly line

It's just a holiday for you
In your human assembly line
Another holiday for you
Abortion candy machine
What is the price of reality?

Let them take you into tomorrow
Tomorrow never arrives
The proof is in our abscessed sex lives
Abandoned in static erratic fines
Erratic we embrace our demise

And did they want to buy you?
In your assembly line
It's just a holiday for you
In your human assembly line
Another holiday for you
Abortion candy machine
What is the price of reality?

Sign the welfare checks in your sickness
With your children's blood splatters on the
Back of revolt! Revolt!
Abortion holiday revolt
Price of reality revolt
Price of reality revolt revolt


Lyrics submitted by HoldURBreath

"The Price of Reality" as written by Casey Karim Chmielinski

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    General CommentI love this song too!I have no idea what it's about though!
    Jodyon May 12, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song is amazing and the video is too
    LiViNg_DeAd_GiRlon May 12, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWow, you guys have really creative comments. I'm still trying to figure out what this means myself, but does anyone know where i can download the video from (Besides antipopvideos.com)
    GodHatesACowardon May 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentTry using Winmx, Aimster, Kazaa, etc. Also try AntiMTV.com
    DDevilon June 04, 2002   Link
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    General Commentok..."human assembly line" would be the manufactured pop and people that live in this peiceofshit world
    "abortion candy machine" well duh.
    "price of reality" this song is just saying wake the fuck up and look at the world, this is what we are paying for with our lives
    hell_i_call_my_headon June 19, 2002   Link
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    General Commentwell Sonny Mayo has given a pretty accurate desciption of what the song means-

    This song is all about holidays in America. Or more specifically if there was an 'Abortion Holiday' where everyone in America could go and get an abortion on the chosen day.

    By 'abortion candy machine' Casey means abortions being handed out like candy.

    and by price of reality, he is asking 'Is this what reality is about' 'is this what we call reality?'
    ganjaman_marvinon July 08, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI thought the abortion candy thing was about aborting our own lives, eating poison. Cassie seems to have a thing about poison.

    (thanks, hell i call my head)
    GodHatesACowardon August 23, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI just recently saw Amen at the Reading Festival 2002. I was in a massive pit for almost all of thier set. The last tune that they played was The price of reality, and for that last tune, the pit got even more violent, it was amazing. Later, I waited ages to meet Amen in the signing tent, it was amazingly good, and I shook hands with the John "Tumor" guy who used to be in Snot.
    mighty joeon August 31, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI guess if you take the song literally then it would be as ganjaman marvin said. I'm not to sure it's meant to be taken literally but I don't know anything else it could be about. Great song though.
    InTylerWeTruston September 26, 2002   Link
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    General Commentits soooo fucking good hearing this song live....when theres about 200 people shouting "revolt!". great stuff.

    yeah i agree with ganjaman marvin's comments....especially the comment about "abortion candy machine".
    ladyboygrrlon April 07, 2003   Link

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