You'd trade our starving eyes
For a tar and feathered heart
A 25 cent execution
To hear your anthem praises played
On frequency decayed
A breath of frigid, self-made winter

Sing out and sing loud
We'll sing as loud as you do
So hold on, hold on
This is the end of the line
I'm not falling

Of beautiful, sacred things
Your immaculate disguise
I'm trading it in,
I'm trading it in for my pride war emblem

As if I would fall to pieces,
As if I would fall to pieces in the wake of your design
I'm not falling

Sing out and sing loud
We'll sing as loud as you do
So hold on, hold on
This is the end of the line
I'm not falling

(Sing out, Sing out, Sing out, Sing out)
Sing out and sing loud
(Sing loud, Sing loud, Sing loud, Sing loud)
We'll sing as loud as you do
(Hold on, Hold on, Hold on)
So hold on, hold on
(Hold on, Hold on)
This is the end of the line
I'm not falling
Not falling


Lyrics submitted by mykal1847, edited by FateMyChoose

Pride War song meanings
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    General Commentthis song is really beautiful "Of beautiful sacred things, your imacculate disguise, i'm trading it in for my pride war emblem" -- I think this song is about how pride can be a crutch that holds you down, and you have to be able to put it aside.
    Rachey3on May 02, 2004   Link

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