What did I do? Nothing!
What did I say? Nothing!
You push bullshit beliefs
Do you want the future you see?
Have you seen me? No!
You turned my heartache into your crusade
You say its truth, I say tirade!
Carry signs keep up the charade
I'll take the heat my bed's been made
Religious right it's not my way
And who are you to even say?
What did you do? Nothing!
What did you say? Nothing!
How many doctors have you offed?
How many kids will you adopt?
How many more can this world hold?
When you condemn birth control!
You hide behind false propaganda
Your group's of thousands
It's not your choice, it's mine, I've made it
I'll stand behind it every day


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    It's about the pro-choice movement, but I think the second verse can apply to anyone with bullshit beliefs.

    asleeponasunbeamon January 27, 2006   Link
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    Sorry, pro-life. D'oh.

    asleeponasunbeamon January 27, 2006   Link
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    yes i agree this is definately about pro-life, and saying that we should have the right to choose. "Your groups of thousands stand and pray It's not your choice, it's mine, I've made it I'll stand behind it every day"

    take_up_ur_life_acton July 04, 2007   Link
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    Definately about pro-life. I love the line "How many kids would you adopt?" It brings up such a good point, if they outlawed abortion what would happen? Bigger orphanages? Great song.

    plastic_sconeson November 30, 2007   Link
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    Yes, this is obviously about Pro-Life. This song is gross, dude. Orphanages suck, so let's kill the children instead. Yes, brilliantly logical idea.

    ZKM09on November 30, 2007   Link
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    the church forbids birth control. i'm sorry, people have sex, it's part of our anatomy and people like it. not every family can be like the fucking duggars. that's more disgusting.

    plastic_sconeson April 16, 2009   Link

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