The time is now
The time is right
To forget old scores
Finally unite
This time we'll win
Dreams come alive
U.K.H.C
Is finally on the rise

Unity is bullshit
Another exclusive club
Where egotists can gather
To boast of what they've done
We can shout all we like
And make our best laid plans
But actions are what count
To you I extend my hand

I'm still here
Where the fuck are you?
Traitors come and Traitors go
Given time, their true colours will show

Unity means nothing
Unless it means everything
Not just who's deemed worthy
As flavour of the month
Those who make the most noise
Are usually first to bite the dust
And those who shout the loudest
Are the ones you cannot trust

I'm still here
Where the fuck are you?
Traitors come and Traitors go
Given time, their true colours will show

As the years past
Their unity came and it went
And when it really counted
Nothing's all their words meant

The time is now
The time is right
To forget old scores
Finally unite
This time we'll win
Dreams come alive
U.K.H.C
Is finally on the rise


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    General CommentPoseur (often seen as "poser") is a pejorative term, often used in the musical subcultures of punk, heavy metal, hip-hop, and goth to describe "a person who habitually pretends to be something he is not." The term is used to refer to a person who adopts the dress, speech, and/or mannerisms of a group or subculture, generally for attaining acceptability within the group, yet who is deemed to not share or understand the values or philosophy of the subculture. While this perceived inauthenticity is viewed with scorn and contempt by members of the subculture, the definition of the term and to whom it should be applied is subjective and the subject of much debate. For example, the Television Personalities' 1978 song Part-Time Punks "declared that either everyone who wanted to be a punk was one or that everyone was a poseur (or both)." It argues that "the concept of...punk rock authenticity ... was a fiction."
    sepultura1987on January 28, 2010   Link

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