Immerse yourself in this moment
Think about our rebirth

Let's get connected
Let's get united
Let's run away out of these vows of these men of structure

Whoa I want to get connected
So we can get electric
Then we'll set our souls free dancing into rapture

Oh oh
Here comes the rebirth

Pushing outwards
From our swollen hearts
It's time to fuse ourselves when love set free loves burning spirit

'Cause everyone seems
Cold and emotionless
I can smell the hunger, taste the angry air who resurrects this

This this is tha
Rebirth

You'll find a place where
You'll beholden to no one
Except yourself so let them come and see ya standing naked

Full of passion
Flowing inside out
Into creation becoming one with present

So go get connected
Unshackled essence
Lets fuck away morality, you might be independent

Oh I want to get connected
So we can get electric
Then we'll set our souls free dancing into rapture
Oh oh

Immerse yourself in this moment
Think about our rebirth

Before we die
Before we die
Before I die
Before I die
Before I die

Lets get connected
Lets get united
Lets run away to accept that we all are different
I want to get connected
So we can get electric
Then we'll set our souls free dancing into rapture

Before we die
Before we die
Before I die

'Cause
This
Is
The
Rebirth


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The Rebirth Lyrics as written by Louis A. Lenard Craig R. Rondell

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    i relate to this song. it has energy in the guitar work and emotion in the vocals. it's about leaving behind the structured society and finding a rebirth into the freedom of peace and passion. i've had this CD in my car for about a month now, and it hasn't left without a great deal of protest from me, and then it immediately goes back in once the space is freed up. musically, these guys are very talented.

    antiaverageon June 04, 2002   Link
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    i love the way that unlike most nu metally bands they don't hate everything. their songs are really uplifting

    jesterphizeron July 12, 2002   Link
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    First person to comment here in 4 years. Chyeah. I agree though, they're not just saying "FUCK EVERYTHING!!!1" but there's actually a lot of meaning behind their songs.

    smithie1027on July 18, 2006   Link
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    Boy Hits Car is the best band... Period... CRegg and the rest of them are all the coolest, most laid back people there is... Awesome song to kick off a concert with. They tore it up, once again, here in Atlanta. groups.myspace.com/boyhitsatlanta

    stealthrson July 20, 2006   Link
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    I'm sorry to be a downer on this, but the song isn't doing much for me. Boy Hits Car is a good band though.

    Passngron December 26, 2007   Link

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