Five Iron Frenzy:Fahrenheit

From Lyriki
Jump to: navigation, search
Information This page was auto generated and its contents should be reviewed.
Please, take the time to ensure the page content is mostly correct and that there isn't another page for this song.
You may then remove this warning by editing the page contents and deleting the {{autoGenerated}} tag.
“Fahrenheit”
Artist: Five Iron Frenzy
Albums: All The Hype That Money Can Buy (2000)

Flash Gordon soundtrack
I was in second grade
My first real record, yeah
Worn down it played and played
Young and blind
My double mind

When the world was black and white
Watch me turn my back tonight
On Freddie Mercury
Mr. Fahrenheit

I was in eighth grade
I said he was a queer
I thought he had it coming
He died of AIDs that year
My liberty
Like Christ's death meant nothing to me

When the world was black and white
Watch me turn my back tonight
On Freddie Mercury
Mr. Fahrenheit

When my veins choked thick with spite
Blind man's bluff burns in hindsight
For Freddie Mercury
Mr. Fahrenheit

Predisposed to bigotry
The regular run-of-the-mill American story
The stench of greasepaint on our faces
Pass the mask to our next of kin
Instead of wiser idioms
Like "love the sinner, hate the sin"