I'm standing with the rank-n-file I'm marching with the underground our black hearts worn on our sleeves

let my imagination go and drop me where I feel most scare snap back already giving thanks I'm not trapped working in a sweatshop somewhere this songs for those less fortunate locked in a world where both ends aren't meant to meet

I'm standing with the rank-n-file I'm marching with the underground our black hearts worn on our sleeves
I'm standing with the rank-n-file I'm marching with the underground our black hearts worn on our sleeves


let my imagination go and drop me where I feel most scare synaptic flashes in my head then total thanks again I'm not soldiering somewhere this songs for the countless souls who died in vain for someone else's gain.

I'm standing with the rank-n-file I'm marching with the underground our black hearts worn on our sleeves
I'm standing with the rank-n-file I'm marching with the underground our black hearts worn on our sleeves

left my birthplace for forgeign streets to strange places new faces I flew shoeless kids stood on the corner their eyes they were transfixed on you

so I'm standing with the rank-n-file
I'm marching with the underground my black heart worn on my sleeve
I'm standing with the rank-n-file I'm marching with the underground our black hearts worn on our sleeves


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Rank-N-File Lyrics as written by Patrick C. Bollinger Christopher Lee Barker

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    General CommentThis song is fucking awesome, so are most of the songs on the Terror State.
    Maybe Mem0rieson June 13, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAgreed.
    Standart Duchesson March 26, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti. love. this. song.
    by far one of my favorites.
    Jesus__freakon September 26, 2006   Link
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    My InterpretationThis song is about the proletarians who get the short end of the stick on the economic lottery of capitalism. These people, often having no where else to go, will join the military or submit to horrid sweatshop conditions.

    It is about those constantly exploited the most by the capitalists.
    misterchristeron May 06, 2013   Link

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