Sending a beating to go
Send the battle the leaders is ready to roll
Send the beating to home
Send the battle the leaders are ready for war

Well you know
That we are one

Sending a beating to go
Send the battle the leaders is ready to roll
Send the beating to home
Send the battle the leaders are ready for war

Well you know
That we are one

Sending a beating to go
Send the battle the leaders is ready to roll
Send the beating to home
Send the battle the leaders are ready for war

Well you know
That we are one
We are one
We are one

Castrate , castrate all
This campaign as hoping as you can never want anything as much as nobody thought you could!

Sending a beating to go

I don?t want poison and everyone's going crazy
I need to find a way out of this place god damn hell help me no poison no please owww.

Do I know who I am
When I know who are you
Demons know you try to
Lights are walking all over you!
Sending a beating
The battle is ready to go
Sending a beating
The battle is ready to roll
Sending a beating
The battle is ready to roll
Everybody is really ready to go


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"We Are One" as written by Buckethead Serj Tankian

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  • +1
    General CommentI think hes talking about the human race as a whole. sending an army to fight our fellow man is really fighting ourselves. An anti-war song.
    zeddiciouson October 05, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song was sung by Serj Tankian from the band system of a down and I think that it is a song about war and we are one symbolizes the army as one.
    hb20con July 31, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWell, if you go by the video, it's about taking a bunch of dead animals, sewing 'em together, and bringin em back to life. Crazy ass Buckethead!
    boosh_headsockon October 07, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentnot really sure, but i think it talks about the creations being one. i mean c'mon, the porcupine, lobster, some squirrel thing. OBVIOUS!!! also that buckethead is mentally ill

    who cares, THIS SONGS RULES!!!!
    bucketheadfanon February 06, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song. and i think that all these comments pretty much explain it.
    serjicalon March 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIs it just me or do these lyrics seem wrong??
    oh1no2its3alisonon October 30, 2008   Link
  • 0
    My InterpretationI'm pretty sure the lyrics here are 90% wrong. Usually, when you read lyrics for a song with hard to decipher vocals, you get that "OH, that's totally what he's saying!" feeling. But not in this case. I really, sincerely think that most of the song is gibberish, almost like scat but not impromptu as he repeats the same gibberish over and over.

    For example, instead of "Sending a beating to go" it would be more like "sadaka bidika badaka bo." It makes more sense that it's gibberish since the video is about the animals being sewn into one chimera-like creature. Plus, I'm not sure who wrote the song (probably Serj but very well could have been Buckethead), but any System of a Down fan will know that Serj is infamous for fairly nonsensical lyrics at times, so it's not that weird to think of him singing a song that is literally gibberish. Of course there are some parts of the song that aren't gibberish, like the "we are one" part and probably one or two parts that might count as verses or refrains with actual words being sung.

    And remember, this is a Buckethead song FEATURING Serj, and it's from a Buckethead album ("Enter the Chicken"), so more than likely it's not really an anti-war SoaD song.
    tonyjones17on February 12, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationI'm pretty sure the lyrics here are 90% wrong. Usually, when you read lyrics for a song with hard to decipher vocals, you get that "OH, that's totally what he's saying!" feeling. But not in this case. I really, sincerely think that most of the song is gibberish, almost like scat but not impromptu as he repeats the same gibberish over and over.

    For example, instead of "Sending a beating to go" it would be more like "sadaka bidika badaka bo." It makes more sense that it's gibberish since the video is about the animals being sewn into one chimera-like creature. Plus, I'm not sure who wrote the song (probably Serj but very well could have been Buckethead), but any System of a Down fan will know that Serj is infamous for fairly nonsensical lyrics at times, so it's not that weird to think of him singing a song that is literally gibberish. Of course there are some parts of the song that aren't gibberish, like the "we are one" part and probably one or two parts that might count as verses or refrains with actual words being sung.

    And remember, this is a Buckethead song FEATURING Serj, and it's from a Buckethead album ("Enter the Chicken"), so more than likely it's not really an anti-war SoaD song.
    tonyjones17on February 12, 2009   Link
  • 0
    Song Meaningi think its about a violent scitsafrinic (i suck at spelling)... we are one... they are both technically the same person
    ipod13dudeon April 20, 2010   Link
  • -2
    General Commentnot really sure, but i think it talks about the creations being one. i mean c'mon, the porcupine, lobster, some squirrel thing. OBVIOUS!!! also that buckethead is mentally ill

    who cares, THIS SONGS RULES!!!!
    bucketheadfanon February 06, 2007   Link

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