"The Primer" as written by Daniel Lanford Briggs, Robert Dustin Waring, Cartland Blake Richardson, Paul Andrew Waggoner and Thomas Giles Rogers Jr.....
Prescribe me: Corrupt me
Put your guns in my hands
In the hands of the young
Let's kill
Let's die
We're all equal tonight

Prescribe me:
I don't want to feel what is happening
I don't want to know what I see
Please don't let me cope alone
Joystick revolution move me
It's all a dream
Redneck lord you still soothe me
Behind your black tie revolution
This is just a party

Prescribe me:
Become the whore
Please drug the young
Follow the gods
For sex and greed bring the smiles
The rich, sexy smiles
The smiles that blow the minds of every goddamn male pig out there
We all just want to fuck
What is love, the idea of love
Corpse play

Tradition/ marriage:
We don't have to take this serious
Have you seen the cities
Have you seen the images

We have to be you

2005 welcome to perfection
Prescribe me, indulge me
You have won.


Lyrics submitted by In_My_Dreams

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    General CommentI think this is about how the whole concept of love has become cheap and meaningless. Marriage has gone from being a sacred, once-in-a-lifetime thing to something that you can do as many times as you want without there being anything wrong with that. The entire world is bent on image, and teaches it's young that they should be too.
    Tallanton January 11, 2006   Link

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