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A relatively old Undead Generation original ska punk song, written around 2013, touching on topics of individuality, judgement, prejudice and working class pride.

lyrics

Stop, take a minute
And look your own sad life,
The earth is dying
Due to mankind’s strife
Yet we’ve still got this
This going here down south
Where you still point fingers
With shit in your mouth

Woah, who are you to judge me?
Woah, You don’t even know me.
Before you step over me with your white collar and shoes
Maybe try to see what it’s like to walk in my boots.
Take a walk in my boots

Why can’t we be
a little more concerned with
issues at hand
and less over outdated myths?
We’re walking on roofs
And looking up to the ground,
empty barrels
Always make the most sound.

Woah, who are you to judge me?
Woah, You don’t even know me.
Before you step over me with your white collar and shoes
Maybe try to see what it’s like to walk in my boots.

I am not defined by
the colour of my skin or the clothes on my back.
I am defined by what’s within
but not by what I lack.
I am defined by what I believe
and what goes on in my head.
I am defined by my ideals,
the things that you don’t know yet, so

Woah, who are you to judge me?
Woah, You don’t even know me.
Before you step over me with your white collar and shoes
Maybe try to see what it’s like to walk in my boots.

Take a walk in my boots.

credits

from Free EP (Pay No More Than R0​.​00), released January 14, 2017

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Undead Generation Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Undead Generation (formerly known as The Tsotsis) is a punk band from Port Elizabeth, South Africa aspiring towards starting something, creating something, changing some things, being something and having fun whilst doing so.

“We are here to drink beer. We are here to kill war. We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us.”
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