Five Finger Death Punch: The Pride Meaning
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Song Released: 2012
The Pride Lyrics
Hey ey ey yeah, Hey ey ey yeah, Hey ey ey yeah
Johnny Cash and PBR, Jack Daniels, NasCar
Facebook, Myspace, iPod, Bill Gates
Smith and Wesson, NRA, Firewater, Paleface
Dimebag, Tupac, Heavy...
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous Jan 23rd 2012 report
anonymous Feb 27th 2020 report
I think it shows how we created all this things that we ‘need’ in our life but in truth it’s describes our‘American dream’
anonymous Jan 20th 2018 report
It is about all the things that had influence in him. Johnny Cash, heavy metal, hip hop etc.
the first hook says it all “I am ... what you fear most! I am what you made me!”
In the wild only the strong survive. Only in human sociciety do we support the weak. He is saying he too only supports the strong and if you are like minded... then WELCOME TO THE PRIDE!
A pride of lions will exile the weak to make the pride stronger. He never favored weakness... He is comparing himself to a lion. Welcoming in the strong to make him stronger.
anonymous Jun 6th 2017 report
It is for the people that have been down to pick yourslef up and start doing and follow your dreams, since Adam never did that himself and doesn't want other people to end just like him
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anonymous Jun 2nd 2014 report
I believe it's everythign popular or in the news at one point in time, say in a week or a months time frame.. Come on mentioning dimebag nex to tupac has to say something! Either they were all into both artists in their lifetime or the coincidence of both being shot. Otherwise it's possible that every member of the band likes all of these names.
anonymous Apr 1st 2012 report
PBR stands for Pabst blue ribbon. Can i get an amen! hallelujah
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