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Them And Us

This song is by Bad Religion and appears on the album The Gray Race (1996).

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Despite that he saw blatant similarity
He struggled to find a distinctive moiety
All he found was vulgar superficiality
But he focused it to sharpness
And shared it with the others
It signified his anger and his misery

Them and us, lobbying determined through a mire of disbelievers
Them and us, dire perpetuation and incongruous insistence
That there really is a difference between them and us

Hate is a simple manifestation
Of a deep-seated self-directed frustration
All it does is promote fear and consternation
It's the inability
To justify the enemy
And it fills us all with trepidation

Them and us, bending the significance to match a whimsied fable
Them and us, tumult for the ignorant and purpose for the violence
A confused loose alliance forming them and us

And I heard him say we can take them all
We can take them all
We can take them all, that's what he said
We can take them all

But he didn't know who we were
And he didn't know who they were
And there wasn't any reason
Or motive or value to his story
Just allegory, imitation glory
And a desperate feeble search for a friend

Come!

Them and us, lobbying determined through a mire of disbelievers
Them and us, dire perpetuation and incongruous insistence
Tumult for the ignorant and purpose for the violence
A confused loose alliance forming them and us

We can take them all
We can take them all

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