"The Rage To Overcome" as written by and Chris Kontos Robb Flynn....
This world does not want me
This world does not care
And I'm a product of this world
Confused. I'd say that's fair
This pain will never leave me
It's scarred upon my brain
Destroying everything that brought this
Just to keep me, just to keep me sane

A hatred burns inside me
Emotions out of hard
But I've the will to focus this
Survive, contrive, command
From pain comes a courage
The strength from injustice
The rage to overcome it all
An open mind
With a closed fist


Lyrics submitted by HoldURBreath, edited by sokorny

"The Rage to Overcome" as written by Chris Kontos Adam Duce

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    General CommentAbout how he has been conditioned to self-destruct, but knows he has the anger and strength to overcome society and help make a better world.
    Ad_Nauseamon January 20, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is self explanatory. The rage to overcome hsi anger from a shitty life.
    jeremy2k8on February 01, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe rage to overcome all this hell.
    Jphthe1 explicton August 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentDo you think that this song could be used as a motivational tune for athletes?? I understand that this song isn't explicitly dealing with athletes, but I could see how an athlete looking to push for the top and overcoming all the obstacles in their way.

    Could imagine it could be a great song to get you up on a day when you are down, and you don't feel like training. But through struggles comes strength.
    sokornyon August 22, 2016   Link
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    My InterpretationFrom struggle comes strength!
    sokornyon August 22, 2016   Link

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