Originally named Happy Go Lucky, the band line-up has remained the same since their formation in 1999. The ending is sung by Kezia and the prison guard as a duet what says that both have all in all equal feelings. He also just wants to get money to live. I got an a but Im only 10th grade but here it is. Protest the hero wants to denounce that and wants to make you think about what you are doing.
The story which is admitted to be heavily influenced by the works of Dostoevsky of Kezia was conceived by bassist Arif Mirabdolbaghi when the Protest boys were in the eleventh grade 2002-2003. But this all comes at a price- it burns his smiles, and crushes any optimistic view of the world he may have. And no one ever said I'd have to pull the trigger on her. To atone for a sin I didn't care for, but a sin that paid my debts. Kezia was not intended to be listened to superficially; only a fraction of the story and emotion will be heard in this way. It's about a man wondering whether to follow his order and kill Kezia, an innocent girl, or listening to his conscience and keep her alive.
If you already knew it, godd for you, don't diss. Songsterr tab archive is collaboratively built and maintained by your fellow music lovers. In 2005, the band released their first full-length album, Kezia, on the indie label Underground Operations. Her tiny steps tell lies about the choice I have to make; Resurrect a static lifetime starve to death my own mistakes Pull the screaming trigger and watch your carcass bleed me dry, Or drop the gun and try to shake away the blindfold from your eyes? This he says also in the next verse that he has to atone for sins he doesn't care about which means that he just does his job and does not care for the background of the victims and murderers but he has also to be a murderer to do his job to get money that feeds his family, pays his debts and taxes and keeps his cigarettes running. Each character is designated a section containing three songs, with a single retrospective finale concluding the album. The steel never seemed more cold and agile than now, And life never seems less vital and fragile.
It's like the voice inside of him so desperately trying to convince him to do the right thing. That's what I took from the song. Contribute to Blindfolds Aside Tab! If you read between the lines you can easily see how governments want their soldiers to not have obstructions and do whatever the governments want. The album was written to be interpreted in its entirety, not skimmed at face-value. The song is featured on the second part of the concept record in the prison guard's part.
Drop the gun Drop the gun Drop the gun Drop the gun A sin I didn't care for, but a sin that paid my debts A sin that fed my and my and cigarettes A sin I didn't care for, but a sin that paid my debts A sin that fed my and my and cigarettes. With your help, we can build a collection of accurate tabs for every imaginable song out there. Kezia could be a prostitute and she doesn't care about selling her body because she gets money for this. The song is meant to shake up the people that they do not believe whatever they get told and to think about their deeds. The prison guard thinks equal. . It's a sin he doesn't care for, but it gives him the money and resources to pay his debts, feed his children, and buy as well as light his cigarettes.
The sin is just that they have a dependence to money so that they'd do everything. And no one ever said that hope would be so beautiful. We woke up as men but tonight we'll sleep as killers, As we break the cryptic morning with a bullet and a prayer. I watch a woman that I know, My hopes and my own future blindfolded. After that there is a a little bit more silent part and in reference to the text it should show the sedation of the executioners by the governments and the police.
The consequence is told in the next line that if the prison guard shoots Kezia he will mentally bleed dry. Drop the gun, drop the gun, drop the gun, drop the gun. Drop the gun Drop the gun Drop the gun Drop the gun A sin I didn't care for, but a sin that paid my debts A sin that fed my children and burned my smiles and cigarettes A sin I didn't care for, but a sin that paid my debts A sin that fed my children and burned my smiles and cigarettes My InterpretationFor my english project Im german in school I did an interpretation on this song. With a heart that's beating louder than my own, I watch a girl they call Kezia. The three characters represent an aspect of the bandmembers themselves, endowing artistic fingerprints to a deeply personal album. A sin that fed my children and burned my smiles and cigarettes.
Aesthetic should surpass the musicianship, and focus paid to deciphering the cryptic lyrics; the theme is more than a pretentious backdrop, but tells a poignant and provocative tale. He knows he will feel the rush of overwhelming guilt if he does what he is being told to. Anyone can submit error reports, contribute new tabs and make changes to existing ones. I can't even still her trembling hands that were locked up by the dutiful and the obligated. I'm probably miles off, but tell me what you think.