Hey, see there's a girl who's afraid of the world so she stays at home
Also a boy who seems so lost in his joy she's all alone
The camera's on them, they're in the land of competition
Southern California air feeds them
And they know they're the best because of the way they are dressed
You can bet you are not welcome in their home

Hey, see there's a girl who sits and watches the world from their blue screen
Also a boy who truly wants to destroy his hometown scene
They both want to travel to the land of competition
Southern California will destroy them
And they won't be the best, they'll be the posers who dress
Like the plastic idiots who they copy

Tell me, what do you need to make you happy? Indeed, is it out of your reach?
Beware of number one, see all the damage it has done, there are so few of them
You won't find too many in the land of competition
Southern California doesn't breed them
If you just want the best, turn to yourself for the rest
And forget about the ones who "have it all"

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Land of Competition Lyrics as written by Greg Graffin

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    My InterpretationThe first verse is about how people who are original and not influenced by others are part of the best bands, etc. The second is about how copycats will fail. In short, being a top superstar doesn't mean being the best.
    robertretro86on April 25, 2010   Link

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