Let's electrocute; send ourselves in,
Constant airwaves ringing out from voice to ear to free ourselves from...

There's an army charged, ready, armed to educate and demonstrate,
To the masses, to the people,
Left in the dark with blinders on,
Not holding back, to activate,
Never holding back, to activate,
A REBELLION!

A full-fledged pledge, (to save ourselves)
To eradicate the authorities, that hold themselves higher, (those who hate)
A full-fledged pledge, (our ways are free…)
To liberate the minorities who only WANT THEIR RIGHTS

There's an army charged, ready, armed to educate and (to save ourselves) demonstrate,
To the masses, to the people,
Left in the dark (those who hate) with blinders on,
Not holding back, to activate,
Never holding back, to activate,
A REBELLION!


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    bassssssss line rocks

    geoffbigmac12on December 27, 2005   Link
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    This song about the mainstream right wing philosophy, from the perspective of the far-leftist (punk) philosophy.

    Thematically, kinda like an Against Me! song. Maybe like White Crosses.

    Tig45on July 04, 2014   Link

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