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I'm a lexicon devil with a
Battered brain
And I'm searchin' for a future-
The world's my aim
So gimme gimme your hands-
Gimme gimme your minds
Gimme gimme this-gimme
Gimme tha-yea-yea-t...

I want toy tin soldiers that can
Push and shove
I want gunboy rovers that'll
Wreck this club
I'll build you up and level your heads
We'll run it my way cold men
And politics dead...


I'll get silver guns to drip old blood
Let's give this established
Joke a shove
We're gonna wreak havoc
On the rancid mill
I'm serachin' for something
Even if I'm killed...


Empty out your pockets-you
Don't need their change
I'm giving you the power
To rearrange
Together we'll run to the
Highest prop
Tear it down and let it drop...away...


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    UnregisteredDec 6, 2013 at 4:01 am
    He got people to do sh** for him by using words (lexicon). Crash and Smear brainwashed some kids at their school once, so it might be about that. It also might be about governments and how they brainwash people to think they want to do the things it wants you to do like fight its wars, give it money, etc..

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