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Red Rider – Lunatic Fringe lyrics

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Lunatic Fringe - Red Rider

Lunatic Fringe - I know you're out there
You're in hiding, and you hold your meetings
I can hear you coming, and I know what you're after
We're wise to you this time we won't let you kill the laughter
Wise to you this tiiimmme

Lunatic Fringe - in the twilight's last gleaming
This is open season, but you won't get too far
'Cause you got to blame someone for your own confusion
We're all on guard this time against the Final Solution
All on guard this time

Oh Yea-a-a


We can hear you coming no, you're not going to win this time
We can hear you coming not gonna win
We can hear the footsteps out along the walkway
We can hear the footsteps out along the walkway
Them play

Lunatic Fringe - we all know you're out there
Can you feel the resistance?
Can you feel the thunder?

Oh Yea-a-a

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  • u
    Working your way through a problem and coming to a decision or solution which you fight with inside your head wondering whether it's the right or wrong way because of outer influences. At a certain point you think you are going crazy thinking of every possible scenario. Don't let your inner doubts keep you down and away from happiness & don't give up. Your worst enemy is yourself. Take what you've learned to avoid making the wrong decision. It's a struggle but you can work through it.
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  • Ajax
    Red Rider was led by guitarist Tom Cochrane, who had a solo hit in 1991 with "Life Is A Highway." He wrote this song after reading about Raoul Wallenberg, who worked to free Hungarian Jews during World War ii. The song speaks against the oppression of Jews in America, which Cochrane felt was far less overt but still disturbing. Cochrane even mentions the "Final Solution" in the lyrics, which refers to Hitler's wish that all Jews be eliminated. (thanks, Raymond - Winnipeg, Canada).
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  • u
    Red rider was led by guitarist tom cochrane, who had a solo hit in 1991 with "life is a highway. " he wrote this song after reading about raoul wallenberg, who worked to free hungarian jews during world war ii. The song speaks against the oppression of jews in north america, which cochrane felt was far less overt but still disturbing. . He mentions the "final solution" in the lyrics; a reference to hitler's wish that all jews be eliminated.
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  • u
    The truth will win! Over the lie of the hypocritical lunatic fringe. Lunatics because they want the power and control, wanting it all for themselves they will be swollowed up by greed, greed will be the downfall of the lunatic fringe. Wanting to be and play god and yet denying the one and only real true god, he who is real true love, truth and light, yeshua. Instead the lunatic fringe smiles and takes what they can while acting like they care but they are full of lies they want to tale over but the real true and only god will stop them.
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  • u
    Beware the nazis that will blame the successful (from all economic groups). Then blame them for the stagnation of the unwilling. The nazis solution is to confiscate the earnings of those that work and save I the name of "compassion"'while forcing all to become sharecroppers to the government. If you speak out against them they have the final solution. Don't forget hitler was a socialist (national socialist party is nazi party) and was elected to save the poor from the rich jews.
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