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This song criticizes religion and people's willingness to accept almost anything as fact. The lyrics detail a fad religion that everyone bought into despite its fishiness.
The song uses heavy profanity to drive home the point that what is good and what is bad, religiously, can and often is completely opposite depending on personal beliefs.
One of a few system songs to feature Daron Malakian (guitar) on backup vocals (background of the bridge, screaming). (thanks, Dennis - Toledo, OH, for all above)
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