I'm guessing that some things never change. Sore losers when they've lost the game. Trying to win the battle lost. Some just can't accept it some just want to reject it. Their hearts have been consumed by hate. It takes me back to the kid who had someone fighting for him. Brings me back to a game we played when we were kids. I never played. My mom can beat up your mom, my dad can beat up your dad, my god can beat up your god too. All of the treaties are the same. Were millions of lives worth the gain, the governments using them for. They had children fighting for them. The post-war won't support them. Sugar-coated poison called crusades. It takes me back to the kid who had someone fighting for him. Brings me back to a game we played when we were kids. I never played. My mom can beat up your mom, my dad can beat up your dad, my god can beat up your god too.


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    General Commenti think this song was written about the fact that nick racino looks like his dad and older brother. He's destined to be ug, with ug lip, ug snore, and be blubber and unemployed, or if hardcore band name... be gaylees with bowlees.
    rxbrotheron April 24, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is a great bigwig song. I'm pretty sure its about wars and how stupid fighting is.i'm not 100% tho. that line "All of the treaties are the same. Were millions of lives worth the gain?" makes a good point. Bigwig rule.
    teenagefuckupon June 08, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis si such a good bigwig song yeah its really col...i don't really get the true meaning of the song, but when i hear it, this song reminds me of my two ex friends because they are such sore losers and have to be better than everyone else. that may have nothing to do with the real meaning, but thats ok.
    UnwrittenMestUpGurlyon July 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is talking about wars and how childish they are but they have such an extreme affect on the world. "were millons of lives worth the gain"?
    Corazon_de_Oroon July 18, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song is an anti war song
    glenzeroon September 08, 2002   Link

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