26
Mar
09

A NEW (DEMO) TRACK FROM THE CLASS WAR KIDS!

Hey! THE CLASS WAR KIDS have posted a demo of a track from their forthcoming Rebel Time Records debut! The album will be out this summer, just in time for their cross-Canaduh tour with label-mates THE BRAT ATTACK…

The track is called “Common Threads”…considering what went down in Calgary with the Aryan Guard last weekend, it’s a very relevant and timely tune…

Check it out at  THE CLASS WAR KIDS Myspace

COMMON THREADS

Through a smokescreen of hate they watch silent in fear
As diversity strikes and new cultures appear
Now with enemy forged draw a line in the sand
‘Cause it’s easy to hate what they won’t understand
And with venomous tongues, poison deep in their hearts
They’ll try desperate with rage to tear beauty apart
But united we’ll stand, never suffering defeat
For we’ll never surrender and never retreat

They’ll try to tell you you’re different “you don’t bleed the same”
But they’re blood’s just as red as the streets they leave stained
Empty slogans about honor and purity of race
But there’s no honor in combat, no honor in hate
They’ll try to poison our souls with their fear and their shame
Writing songs to create hate not just entertain
But as they “entertain” kids, we will educate
And break each racist heart that they try to create

They’re gonna try to tear our common threads at the seams, but they won’t
get you and they won’t get me.

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