What we don't know can fill a truck
What we don't know cannot hurt us
Well, is that so?
We're hard to destruct
Well, is that so?
Why do we get crushed?

Prepare the isolation chamber
I'm going in
And all the people there will wonder
"Can we go with him?"

Tell me now you're only kidding
When you say "We'll pass away"
Tell me now this yarn we're spinning
Doesn't end on judgement day

All tragic monsters are crying for themselves
In attics and in basements
In cages and prison cells
Wishing that the citizen's myth they could dispel
Until you see the faces
In the limestone on the pipe
Don't tell the tragic monsters what loneliness is like

And is there any wonder
That some misfits lose their mind?
Left to fumble asunder
In the world deaf, dumb, and blind
And can they sense our justice
When they commit their crime?
How can they abide our justice?
They're already doing time

What we don't know (x7)
Can't hurt us yet


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    General Commentam i the only one who thinks this song fucking rocks! the breakdown part in the middle is so cool
    leonperkinon October 27, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song is probably my favourite apart from "Hold Onto Your Genre". Les Savy Fav has to have the greatest Lyrics ever... Without a doubt.
    Ultimationismiston December 10, 2004   Link
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    General CommentIm with Ultimationismist except at the moment im loving this song just a touch more than "hold on to your Genre" which is another killer track.

    This verse right here just blows my mind:
    And is there any wonder
    That some misfits lose their mind?
    Left to fumble asunder
    In the world deaf, dumb, and blind
    And can they sense our justice
    When they commit their crime?
    How can they abide our justice?
    They're already doing time

    TOTALLY GOOSEBUMPS MAN...
    countdrinkulaon November 23, 2007   Link

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