Separation Of Church And Skate

Album: War On Errorism (2003)


  • This is a song about how commercial punk rock has become. >>
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    Jeff - Sothington, CT
  • The title is a play on the phrase "Separation of church and state."

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  • Billy from New York, NyThis song is about how punk rock has become so censored and tame, instead of how it used to be, where they did drugs, rebelled, and hated authority, so they should separate the Church and Skate, or punk.
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