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Ain't no more sunshine, just rain and cold suffering

Generation born to die with their eyes wide open

The clock strikes

The wrong rights

The mob rules

The second Armageddon, igniting the lit fuse

No turning back & every...

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    anonymous
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    Jun 28th, 2011 6:03pm report


    my interpretation is that with the accion of the man, doing war, autodestructing himself and the man gets away from god's purpose:

    "never forget where you come from"

    "Watch what you doing?"



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    anonymous
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    Feb 8th, 2011 2:16pm report


    From what i get from it is it first is about war and how were born into the world of conflict
    Ain't no more sunshine, just rain and cold suffering

    Generation born to die with their eyes wide open

    The clock strikes

    The wrong rights

    The mob rules

    The second Armageddon, igniting the lit fuse

    No turning back & every soldier is on point

    The second verse is branching off the first meaning how were born into war but this also means how were pretty much forced from the begining to believe that we have enemies and we jump into war.




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