"Enemy" as written by and Fletcher Douglas Dragge Randy James Bradbury....
Well, it comes as no surprise,
Don't you realize you can't back up deceit with more sad alibis
Because you never are to blame, drivin' you insane cause
When your words are gone the damage still remains
You don't wanna believe that you're human just like me
(By blaming me you gain control)
I'm not the enemy
(You want a scapegoat for your crimes)
You're just like me, me, me
And I'm not the enemy
You're just like me

It seems impossible to me,
A tragic comedy that I'm the villain in your twisted fantasy
But to me it's not a game drivin' me insane,
We're all just victims in your sinister charade

You don't wanna believe that you're human just like me
(By blaming me you gain control)
And I'm not the enemy
(You want a scapegoat for your crimes)
You're just like me, me, me
And I'm not the enemy
You're just like me

You don't wanna believe cause you're human just like
You're human just like me
(By blaming me you gain control)
I'm not the enemy
(You want a scapegoat for your crimes)
You're just like me, me, me
And I'm not the enemy, you're just like me, me, me


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"Enemy" as written by Fletcher Douglas Dragge Byron C. Mcmackin

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    General Commentthis song speaks out against predjudice so well. we're all the same so stop hating. i'm not the enemy, you're just like me...
    killsforpieon August 27, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is amazing song, which comes as no surprise to me, seeing that Pennywise is an amazing band! It's very up-front, so it's hard to put it any other way... and there's no better way that it could have been said. I agree with the previous comment.
    hollyhox87on May 03, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis song is awsome! it relates perfectlly to the war in Iraq it's sick!
    Boarderdude1080on October 12, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthis song is so awesome, i love the 'scapegoat for your crimes' line.

    it owns us all. - and it is so true.
    the good guyon September 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's about the government, or any group in particular, that seeks out certain political ideals or races and makes them enemies to the population.W'ere all the same, and there is no master plan among races or opionators to take over the world
    epicmikenomoreon June 26, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationIt's about Republicans and how they think they're so perfect and everyone else is flawed. They have their own flaws that they overlook.
    seeingon April 02, 2015   Link

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