The Masses Against The Classes

Album: Forever Delayed (2000)
Charted: 1
  • THE COUNTRY WAS FOUNDED ON THE PRINCIPLE THAT THE PRIMARY ROLE OF THE GOVERNMENT IS TO PROTECT PROPERTY FROM THE MAJORITY
    AND SO IT REMAINS

    1, 2, 3, 4

    Hello it's us again
    We're still so in love with you
    And yes we mean it too
    Yes we're so in love with you

    Hello it's us again
    You thought you were our friends
    Success is an ugly word
    Especially in your tiny world

    The masses against the classes
    I'm tired of giving a reason
    When the future is what we believe in
    We love winter
    It brings us closer together

    So can you hurt us anymore
    Can you feel like it was before
    Or are you lost forever more
    Messed up and dead on alcohol

    Hello, fond farewell my dears
    I hope you hear this nice and clear
    Our love is unconditional
    Our hate is yours to feed upon

    The masses against the classes
    I'm tired of giving a reason
    When the future is what we believe in
    We love the winter
    It brings us closer together

    The masses against the classes
    I'm tired of giving a reason
    When we're the only thing left to believe in
    We love the winter
    It brings us closer together

    A SLAVE BEGINS BY DEMANDING JUSTICE
    AND ENDS BY WANTING TO WEAR A CROWN Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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