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I Am The One song meanings
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    General Commentwhen your born into religion, it doesn't matter if you agree with it or not. It almost seems as if religion is more important than you who can't decide for yourself. I guess you have to wait untill you get old enough to decide " With the lies of the brave the kid don't matter " that line shows religion is more powerful than the kid who its being pressured on.
    firstarsbrnwhiteon June 07, 2002   Link
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    General CommentNOFX does a kickass cover of this song i suggest u download it or buy the nofx/rancid BYO split
    soul_doubton September 01, 2002   Link
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    General Commentkpizzle, for fucks sake dont post lyrics if you dont know what half of them are
    ninjamonkeyson September 19, 2005   Link
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    My InterpretationThis song to me sounds like it is about suicide from a religious perspective. Those who attempt it better be ready for what's coming, as in, if they fail, it's an issue that will not escape the attention of those around for suicide is deemed as a sin by Christianity. Gun to your dome is shooting yourself in the head, dome is a known slang word for head. Bleeding at the gates = not getting into heaven, however I think in this context instead of it being because the protagonist has been denied, it is because he is staying alive in order to 'abate [his] life of sin', because in Christianity, or at least Catholicism, you will be more likely to get into heaven sinning through life than killing yourself at the end. 'The lies of the brave' and 'the kid don't matter' line is I think saying how those who can bear to live can afford to enforce such rules, for they don't suffer like the protagonist who is a kid. Religious views are imposing the need to stay alive and not commit suicide, for fear of these religious repercussions. At least that's how this song makes sense to me.
    vxfstson December 15, 2014   Link

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