Them And Us

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Them And Us
Composer Bad Religion
Released
Title Origin Official

Them And Us is a song by punk rock group Bad Religion. It was released on their album The Gray Race. It was included as the second in-game song for most ports of Crazy Taxi.

Games

Note: Due to copyright restrictions, we cannot upload the song to this site.

Crazy Taxi (ARC)

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Crazy Taxi (ARC)
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Arranger Unknown
Released
Length 1999-??-??
Format UNK


Crazy Taxi (DC)

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Crazy Taxi (DC)
Arranger Unknown
Released
Length 2000-01-24
Format UNK



Crazy Taxi (PS2)

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Crazy Taxi (PS2)
Arranger Unknown
Released
Length 2001-05-14
Format UNK


Crazy Taxi (GC)

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Crazy Taxi (GC)
Arranger Unknown
Released
Length 2001-11-17
Format UNK


Lyrics

The song is about a group of people who discriminate others by finding even the smallest of flaws in them.

Let's go.

Despite that he saw blatant similarity,
he struggled to find a distinctive moiety.
All he found was vulgar superficiality,
but he focused it to sharpness.
And shared it with the others,
it signified his anger and his misery.

Them and us,
lobbying determined through a mire of disbelievers.
Them and us,
dire perpetuation and incongruous insistence.
That there really is a difference,
between them and us.

Hate is a simple manifestation,
of the deep-seated self-directed frustration.
All it does is promote fear and consternation,
it's the inability.
To justify the enemy,
and it fills us all with trepidation.

Them and us,
bending the significance to match a whimsied fable.
Them and us,
tumult for the ignorant and purpose for the violence.
A confused loose alliance,
forming them and us.

And I heard him say we can take them all,
we can take them all.
We can take them all that's what he said,
we can take them all.

But he didn't know who we were,
and he didn't know who they were.
And there wasn't any reason or motive or value to the story,
just allegory imitation glory.
And the desperate feeble search,
for a friend come.


Them and us,
lobbying determined through a mire of disbelievers.
Them and us,
dire perpetuation and incongruous insistence.
Tumult for the ignorant and purpose for the violence,
a confused loose alliance forming them and us.

We can take them all,
we can take them all.

Sheet Music

The only official release of this song's sheet music can be found in the Japanese book Bad Religion Best (Band Score). It contains vocal and drum notation with guitar and bass notation and tablature.

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