No I don't believe in Jesus Christ
My mother died of cancer when I was 5
No I don't believe in religion
I was forced to go to church, I wasn't told why
No I don't believe in the police force
Police brutality isn't a dream
No I don't believe in the system
'cause Nothing it does makes sense to me
Don't worry you'll get over it
You'll grow up, you'll calm down
Another youth, another fashion
You'll get over it, you'll calm down
You don't really mean what you say
You've had too much to drink
Don't be so full of hated
It's not as bad as you think
No I don't believe in what you say
You're just part of what I despise
Yes you're part of the fucking system
I ain't blind, I can see your lies
'cause the system thrives on ignorance
What the public don't know, they can't reject
In the face of you all I stand defiant
The rest of the people, they want to forget

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    General CommentOlder people thinking ideology in younger people is just a fad, when clearly the problems they're trying to address are real and fixable. A statement of heartfelt and passionate ideology.
    Neonsolidon November 06, 2008   Link
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    General Commenthell yeah, my favorite Subhumans song, speaks loud and clear about what i think.
    PineapplePrinceon June 21, 2002   Link
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    General Commentgreat song
    diypunxon March 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commentpunk rock in a nut shell September 03, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthaha i feel exatly the same way! too bad they dont have any subhumans (Canada) lyrics on here.
    Subhuman951on April 14, 2010   Link
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    General CommentAwesome song, great lyrics... If only half of the songs put out today had half the sincerety and conviction of this song I'm sure the world would be a different place. A tribute to "real" music.
    Tricky1979on April 28, 2013   Link

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