"Under The Robe" as written by and Casey Karim Chmielinski....
If I could take this skin off I'd trade it for your riches
I'd just watch the sick turn into the witches
Well I sit and wait, a call of arms to the bodies deceived
Well I just sit and wait, till your eyes believe in little school

To S.O.S.

Paranoia pays for your freedom
Paranoia pays

Well I just sit and wait, everybody frees them
Just how does it feel?
'Cause I just sit and wait, everybody frees them
Till the body's healed

We don't need no more of your observations
'Cause we sit and hide under the robe
We don't need no more of your observations
We just feel alive under the robe

The liberation posted up the signs
And every girl in this fuckin' house is on the pill
I had to turn my fucking skin inside out just for you

Said sit and wait, thought you're gonna make some
Fuck pig like you
Said I'm the sick one baby
With the right abuse in little school

Well S.O.S.

Paranoia pays for your freedom
Paranoia pays

Don't read the signs, everybody frees them
The signs, everybody feeds them
The signs, everybody frees them
No sign

We don't need no more of your observations
'Cause we sit and hide under the robe
We don't need no more of your observations
We just feel alive under the robe

Paid for
Paranoia pays for your freedom
Population pays
Paid for

The S.O.S.

We're under robed that'll pay for freedom
We're under robed that'll pay for freedom
We're under robed that'll pay for, that'll pay for
That'll be the robe and pay for your freedom
Freedom, punish that pig


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"Under the Robe" as written by Casey Karim Chmielinski

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    General Commentabsolute fucking class. the opening riff is so fucking cool, Amen used to rock. i aint heard the new album, but this was top class.
    Razormasticatoron May 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis was one of my favorite songs off "We have come for your parents".

    It seems to be about how the government and the 'Christian right-wing' controls the American people by creating fear and paranoia, which is especially true right now, with the "War on Terror" being used as an excuse to strip away the rights of the American people.

    Luckily for me, I don't live in America.
    quiffpornon November 09, 2004   Link
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    General Commenthow du no so much?
    cmeechanon January 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI just enjoy reading about politics, and the lyrics to this song just seem to fit with all that.
    quiffpornon January 07, 2005   Link
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    General Commentok. personally i just like listenin 2 the music.
    cmeechanon January 08, 2005   Link
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    General Commentlol, yeah, I know what you mean, I just think thatin some cases, it gives the music and the words more depth, when you know what they are angry about.
    quiffpornon January 13, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyeah. i guess. but although i do understand that theyr annoyed about politics stuff, i'm not really that bothered. I prefer to imagine why theyr angry.
    cmeechanon January 13, 2005   Link
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    General CommentFair enough.
    quiffpornon January 17, 2005   Link

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