"Ain't Like U" as written by and Joseph Cang Rob Davis....

And I don't want your love.
And I don't need your respect.
I just can't hate enough but I got no tears or regrets.

I ain't like you
I will never live like you and you will never walk the path I do.
I will never be like you and I'll never be a part of your society of lies and fools.
I will never live like you.
I will never walk the path you do.
I am your wasted youth so...
Fuck you and society too 'cause my kind just ain't like you.

Yeah, I'm a King of Nothing,
'cause nothing's what I am and nowhere is where I'll be.
But I'd rather be a king of nothing than a servant in a sick society
'cause pretty little children playing pretty little games in their pretty little worlds is all I've ever seen.
You've never felt my pain
And I just gotta say to your face I ain't like you.

I will never live like you
And you will never walk my path so...
Fuck you and your society too.

Once again I'm a King of Nothing,
'cause nothing's what I am and nowhere is where I'll be.
I'm a nowhere man from Nowhere, U.S.A.
It's a dead end street near you.
They broke my heart, they stole my soul and why?
I'll never know.
I'm exiled from all of you so...
Fuck you and the whole world too 'cause I will never live like you.

If you don't like it... you can suck my dick.

Lyrics submitted by kevindeboeck

Ain't Like You (Wasted Youth II) song meanings
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    General Commentyeah this song makes sence! proud not to be like you and in your society! DRINK BEER!
    RapisCrapon August 13, 2002   Link
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    General Commentlove ya hun
    absence_of_hopeon August 20, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis one is for all those religious fuckers who are trying to cut off the only fun we are having. This ones for the anti-drug and anti-fuck pro-education missionary's telling us that our lives suck and our fun is actually "evil" fuck you and if you dont like it you can suck my dick
    STILLFUCKEDUPon December 09, 2005   Link
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    General Comment"STILLFUCKEDUP", i think you misinterpreted the song.

    Many of those religious people you speak of (and i think you're referring to Christians) feel the way this song speaks. Have you ever seen Appalachia or the deep south? That's Nowhere, USA.
    Z1zon July 10, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwell, i think STILLFUCKEDUp talks about the straight-edge people - but certainly their attitude isn´t based on religious thoughts...so...you should better look it up...
    beentherebeforeon October 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI'm straightedge and blood for blood is by far my favorite band, I think it has more of a message than just OH FUCK YEA GET DRUNK, which is in alot of the songs but it's more about saying fuck you to the people who have held you down, that you're not like them and never will be
    alexxxison March 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSTILLFUCKEDUP

    i think you have been oppressed too much by your mama
    chaotic bangieon September 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song, like most of the songs Lind has written, is another one about his own experiences growing up, seeing what he's seen, and living the life he was born into. The world, as a whole, doesn't recognize that kind of issue, especially America, who would prefer to not see throngs of wasted individuals trying to find answers and meaning in it's own backyard.
    GreatForDippingon September 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song really speaks to me and a lot of my friends. I'm in the military and it's forced me to see a lot of things I'd rather not have seen. But because of that, many of us military people feel detached from society. I look at everyone else in the world and know that I can't relate to them in any way because they haven't experienced anything to the severity that many of my colleagues and I have. This song expresses how I feel, I LOVE IT!
    VehereDurus15Ton September 30, 2007   Link
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    operateon January 08, 2010   Link

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