"Communication Drive-In" as written by and Omar/bixler Rodriguez....
You keep telling me
This voltage hurts just a little
In the thickness of the van
You drop anchor if and when
Concealing all the thoughts
We hid and laughed forever

Repelling essence swelling something to blame
Bleeding profusely outside looking tame
The nerve of your hometown...
I'm drinking slovenly

Leave me alone, leave me alone
I am not your brother
I see five holes in your flag

Collect calling, the fuse is crawling
To the next hometown
Collect calling, the fuse is crawling
Can you feel the bite of my nails?
Can you feel it?

Repelling essence swelling something to blame
Enhanced sweet singing game...

I'm swimming down
Sink! swim! drown together

Lyrics submitted by cbennett

"Communication Drive-In" as written by Cedric Bixler Adam Amperan

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    General Commentin the lyrics "leave me alone, leave me alone. im not your brother, i see five holes in your flag" It may be like two close country's maybe like Cuba and Mexico that are trying to have be a comunist ally.
    AquaticCaret2on March 03, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think the five holes in the flag, refers to the olympic flag, which has five holes (not exactly sure what that means)

    This is just a Guess:
    But the olympics could connect to Germany's losses during the 1936 Olympic games and how upset Hitler was...
    ChrisDarkoon April 15, 2005   Link
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    General Commentone. this is repeated twice
    two. missing about 3 verses
    mjfon August 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think this is about how hard it is growing up in el paso/juarez
    russellqwertyon May 28, 2009   Link
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    General Commentcan you feel the bite of my nails? supports the olympic thing. i think its a component of the song. most of all, i think its about pride.
    malleyon March 20, 2010   Link

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