We're All Going Home In An Ambulance

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Crushed Under The Weight Of the Enormous Bullshit



At school the choices I made
Were rock and roll bands
And getting good grades
But brains and wearing all black
To some of these guys
It's like a red flag

The taste of anyone's fist
Is not a good vibe, or something I've missed
I was intimidated, assaulted, and for what?
I hope they choke

Shrugged off the shit in my youth
Like growing up pains or losing a tooth
But it's not a matter of age
They're everywhere
These people don't change

When I was in New York, a woman tried to start a fight with me because she thought I was Jewish, and somehow it felt wrong to tell her the truth - that I wasn't. I pray to God she chokes...

You're going home in a fucking ambulance
You're going home in a fucking ambulance
You're going home in a fucking ambulance
We're all going home in a fucking ambulance!

I once saw a man
With blood on his face
From beating up black kids
And I could hardly breathe

Your race, your faith
Or just your clothes incite
They drink and they fight
It's not safe out tonight

Your race, your faith
Or just your clothes incite
They drink and they fight
So don't go out tonight

Don't!

And if your mum and dad hit you as a child
I feel sad for you, but that's no excuse for it
Who says it's okay to behave in this way?
I can't help but feel it's us

For the sake of our own skin
We walk away, and it's like we all say
"That's alright, it's alright, it's alright..."
That's alright, it's alright, it's alright...
That's alright, it's alright!"

I wish I had the guts to stand up for myself
And for the others as well against these fuckers

Choke...

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