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In the land of filth and honey

by First In Line

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Work Ethics 01:55
1 - you better stand up straight, turn on your smile and look your best today. 2 - present yourself in a modest way, it's bad to declare your value here! 3 - no kids, for god sake no kids ever, to jeopardize productivity is evil. 4 - be healthy and strong, never sick, sad, tired, always a-ok! Is this a workers way to success? Work ethics? Don't you dare to organize, don't even speak about workers rights. Keep the prize of your work to yourself, it's in the hands of the lords (anyway). I recall words I heard whispered in the halls, of other ways to get busy evening out differences, uniting us again. I'm sorry I forgot them back then, when I was blinded by an ounce of gold but I’m back again.
New Begining 01:52
New beginning? An age of worries, times well spent. Little faith in mankind, history repeats itself. Seen over a million years, knowing all there is, there is one big question left - how can we forget? Age of stupid, an era of denial and no change of mind. In all fairness, man can not be blamed? To learn from our mistakes, is that to hard to handle? After all we're only human, with no idea of how to ever act human. Stop and think what we’ve done! Can we carry on? Age of stupid, an era of denial and no change of mind. Age of stupid, now how hard can it be - a change of mind?
Jazz It 01:51
When I was nine years old, thirty years ago, right of the football field , lost another game - buhu:( Got a can of soda, the coolest guy got a taste, my best friend didn't - mommy grabbed the can from me! My mama said - if your'e to share it with one you better share with all! When I was nineteen years old, twenty years ago, got to work one day, late as usual so, blamed a friend of mine - well he thought I was to. Remembered mothers words, one more thing I'll never do. My mama said - you answer to yourself and you know what to do! Twentynine years old, ten years ago, about to be a dad and loved it so.
 I’ll give him my ideas of right and wrong, and mommys words helps me along. My mama said - if your'e to share it with one you better share with all! My mama said - you answer to yourself, you know what to do!
I've Seen It 01:02
I've seen it! I can feel it! I can't beat it! A part of all that's near me. A sense of being held back, of not being apart, of not having a voice, and just turning against it. Now I have seen it all again. The words I wrote, I've seen them all before. It hurts to realize that history is unknown, or at least that we will never learn :( I've seen it! I can feel it! I can't beat it! A part of all that's near me. Feel small and can never grow up. Alone and out of touch, unsafe with no one to trust, I’m so scared of individualism!
I know, you won’t listen to me. What I say makes no sense to you. I should act my own age, leave youth trouble behind. Wise up, dress up - simply shut up. They are my ideals, I know what I feel, Not sorry I cant step back. My reality is your utopian dreams, the only difference is I will not step back! NOT ONE STEP BACK! From time to time I’ll leave my gaurd down, just to realize - nothing has changed. And the fire from the ignited glow is still burning in my chest. Why is it important to me? Was it just fun and games to you? When did you decide, not to do your part? I hope I'll never do the same, and that the struggle stays within my heart!


Recorded by F.I.L @Punkrepan


released January 1, 2012


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First In Line Linköping, Sweden

Oldschool hardcore punk from Linköping, the only way we know it.

Love making songs that matter, love playing shows.

email: info@firstinline.se

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