You failed to do your job.
Superstitous cover up.
They'll pay you because of your mistakes.
You lie, you lie, you lie and they pay.
You fail, you fail, you fail and they pay.
Superstition. Unholy children. '
Blinded vision. False ambition.
Can you show me how they're guilty?
You liars, you killers.
Blame the (so-called) unholy children.
With your blinded vision.
And your false ambition.

Lyrics submitted by Master Yoda

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    General Commentum, is not biased. it states facts and shit from the investigation(sp?)
    anyway, yes FREE THE THREE!
    and shadowsfall, you said it yourself, there was no evidence AGAINST THEM. and in the court of law you are innocent until proven guilty. and if there is no evidence against them, they should be freed!
    nickjpon April 09, 2003   Link
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    General Commentgood cause, great when he reads the report
    scarlettears369on July 20, 2002   Link
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    General CommentFREE THE WM3!!!!
    theatarisownuon July 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is a very emotional song. There is a lot of meaning in it. It shows us what failure as human beings some people are. In listening to it, you can almost feel the anger and sadness. I highly enjoy this songs. songs like these are a rare find.
    uglyluck42on July 23, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI agree, this song goes deep. "you liars, you killers" the way he expresses the lyrics in song... it is emotional. Once you get used to Zao it isn't screaming anymore, its expression.
    KoiHoshion July 24, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis meaning of this song is straightforward, and it's a good cause... it shows that not all Christians (or so-called thereof) are as stupid to condemn people to prison because they are reputed as Satanists, not even to accuse them of such a heinous crime with absolutely no evidence... i'm trying to work on making a transcript of the report read during the song... the first voice is pretty easy to decipher, the second voice a bit harder... the third voice is virtually impossible to hear... anyway...
    Darth_Squirrelon July 25, 2002   Link
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    General Commentby the way, it's you sin you sin you sin and they pay not you fail. i might be wrong but there's definitely no "s" in fail
    ferret/phattomon August 02, 2002   Link
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    General CommentActually, this song was written about a court case in which three teenage boys were wrongly convicted of killing a trio of 8-year-olds. To find out more about it, go to…
    rebellion117on August 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commentactually ferret/phattom you are wrong cause in the cd insert the lyrics read "you fail you fail you fail and they pay" so the lyrics are right. but i think this song is so amazing and moving, I love when bands take a stand against an obvious in-justice like this. Its hard to believe how people could let something like this happen, but I'm glad that ZAO is in support of the WM3
    ziggens66on August 07, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti'd never heard of this case before, but i'm interested in it. i'm kind of curious to see how dan learned about it, and why he decided to write a song for it. as far as the meaning goes, it's pretty self-explanitory after you read the case story on the website
    octus_falureon August 15, 2002   Link

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