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I have opened my eyes to see to see the world the surrounds me daily
I refuse to be led by the majority
can't compromise I and I
to pass judgment
judgment will be passed upon you
I will stand up for who we are
never moved by...

  1. anonymous
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    Mar 12th 2009 report

    Jesse David Leech (Original single for Killswitch, before Howard Jones) was christian.

    This song basically says that people being prejudiced against shouldn't let who ever may be prejudice towards them get them down, "stay true to yourself".

    Because of Jesse's religion he's stating that, in the eyes of God, everyone is equal. And those who think they are better then anyone else shouldn't be judged by whoever, because in the end, God will judge all of us.

  2. anonymous
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    Oct 29th 2007 report

    I think that this song means how racist or judgmental people are towards others just because of their skin color or race.

  3. anonymous
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    Nov 3rd 2006 report

    I think this song is all about how people are so judgemental of others and look down on people of other races and beliefs etc and how we need to look past these things to live a happy life and to just except people for who they are

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