Tell me who's pure.
Tell me who's right.
Tell me the last time you fought a fair fight.
A loser's way to find some friends,
you look like a skin but that's where it ends.
True, they're always at our shows,
it doesn't mean we fit in with their hatred and racism shit.
They ruin our name, you know what I mean.
Racial supremicists degrade our scene.

You know you can kiss my ass before I read your zine.
There's no good side to this white power scene.
Kids beat down for standing up.
Your turn will come because we've all had enough.
You look like kids we know.
You're not welcome here.
You don't like music and we don't like fear.
I guess it's your right to be proud that you're white.
Are you here for music or just to pick fights?

Don't fool yourself 'cause you don't fool me.
It's not just blacks you hate, it's everyone you see.
Rich, poor, young, and old, whoever's in your way.
What a boring life, hating every day!


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    General Commentthis song is pretty self explainatory. It was GB's answer to a a hardcore problem that had reached its peak around the 85-88 era. Civ tried his best to call out these kids and unite against violent skins. Definitely one of my favorite G.B. songs ever.
    TheLocustReignon June 12, 2002   Link

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