we are people with minds of our own rejected and unwanted so don't be afraid to show your thoughts rejected and unwanted to be an individual is rough in this world rejected and unwanted the best men in this world weren't clones rejected and unwanted Chorus- they kick us in the head, they kick us in the balls we're the punks they make loud jokes they make you feel small we're the punks they're ignorant and afraid of our cause we're the punks well i learned from past history rejected and unwanted those who try to change suffer a lot rejected and unwanted so i won't conform to rules or laws rejected and unwanted the best men in this world weren't clones Chorus now my mind is very clear rejected and unwanted you bastards live off our fears rejeted and unwanted your wise ass comments make me snear rejected and unwanted the best men in this world weren't clones Chorus

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    i think this is a wonderful song says alot has alot of meaning its pretty self-explanitory so i dont have to say much great band although pretty much everyone of there songs is about drugs booze and punk which dont get me wrong i like all of the above but i think that they would be just as punk as they are if they wrote about something else im pretty sure that they can well if they can have 40"orange mohawks on there head i think they can use the thing! under it -hanavas

    badreligionpigeonon March 05, 2003   Link

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