BREAK DOWN THE WALLS
May 31st, 2012 by Gordo

RICHIE AND RAY WITH YOT 1987 GILMAN STREET | PHOTO: TRENT NELSON

I used to think that labels were just symbols of pride
But over time I’ve seen they only serve to divide
It’s so easy to judge people by the way they seem to be
We must overcome this problem to live life peacefully
Look beyond the fashion or the crowd that they are in
Look beyond their riches or the color of their skin
Look beyond appearance and the truth you will find
Look for what’s inside before you make up your mind
Break down the walls

4 Responses to “BREAK DOWN THE WALLS”

  1. lenny zimkus Says:

    great full shot of the lyric sheet to the YOT rev 7in.

  2. Damaged Says:

    Life’s Blood’s “response” seemed more accurate:

    Promises- you can’t keep
    Claims of unity
    That you speak
    You’re in the inner circle
    You’ve been approved
    All that you’ve earned
    Is a complacent attitude
    You broke down the walls
    Just to get inside
    Built them back up
    With perverted pride
    You’re enslaved by what
    You think makes you free
    You’ve gone blind
    Because you will not see
    That you rebuilt the walls
    Judge who you let inside
    You’ll never make a change
    Because you’re satisfied

  3. Thrasher Says:

    Nah, YOT’s are better and more accurate. But thanks for playing.

  4. Jim Pitts Says:

    This was the third time I’d seen YOT….They were so great back then!

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