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Look alive, sunshine. One o' nine in the sky but the pigs won't quit.
You're here with me, Dr. Death Defying. I'll be your surgeon, your proctor, your helicopter.
Pumpin' out the Slaughtermatic sounds to keep you live.
System failure for the masses; anti-matter for the master plan.
Louder than God's revolver and twice as shiny.
This one's for you rock'n'rollers. All you crash queens and motor babies. Listen up! The future is bulletproof; the aftermath secondary.
It's time to do it now and do it loud.
Killjoys make some noise!

From mall security,
To every enemy
We're on your property,
Standing in V formation

Drop like a bullet shell,
Dress like a sleeper cell.
I'd rather go to hell,
Than be in purgatory

Cut my hair,
Gag and bore me,
Pull this pin,
Let this world explode.



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    UnregisteredOct 13, 2011 at 1:29 pm
    Technically... The song is called na na na (na .. Na), and not art is the weapon: that's just a saying the band use!
    Anyways, the meaning. The whole meaning of na na na is freedom. It opens up this colouful and post-apocalyptic world that you used to experience when you used to watch cartoons like power rangers or movies like mad max. Na na na is the gateway to the world of the fabulous killjoys, and all you have to do is hold on tight, take a deep breath... And make some noise!

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