We're Only Gonna Die For Our Arrogance (Live)

- Sublime
Released: N/A Genres: Ska
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Lyric "We're Only Gonna Die For Our Arrogance (Live)"

Early man walked away
As modern man took control
Their minds weren't all the same
To conquer was their goal
So he built his great empire
And he slaughtered his own kind
He died a confused man
Killed himself in his own mind
The early man walked away
As modern man took control
Their minds weren't all the same
To conquer was their goal
So he built his great empire
And he slaughtered his own kind
And he died a confused man
And killed himself in his own mind, let's go
The early man walked away
As modern man took control
Their minds weren't all the same
And to conquer was their goal
So he built his great empire
And he slaughtered his own kind
He died a confused man
Killed himself in his own mind, let's go
The early man walked away
As modern man took control
Their minds weren't all the same
And to conquer was their goal
So he built his great empire
And he slaughtered his own kind
And he died a confused man
And killed himself in his own mind, let's go
The early man walked away
As modern man took control
Their minds weren't all the same
And to conquer was their goal
So he built his great empire
And he slaughtered his own kind
He died a confused man
Killed himself in his own mind, let's go
We're only gonna die from our own arrogance
That's why we might as well take our time

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Sublime was an American ska punk band from Long Beach, California, formed in 1988. The band's line-up, unchanged until their breakup, consisted of Bradley Nowell (vocals and guitar), Eric Wilson (bass) and Bud Gaugh (drums). Lou Dog, Nowell's dalmatian, was the mascot of the band. Michael 'Miguel' Happoldt and Marshall Goodman "Ras MG" contributed to and co-wrote several Sublime songs. Nowell died of a heroin overdose in 1996. In 1997, posthumous songs such as "What I Got", "Santeria", "Wrong Way", "Doin' Time", and "April 29, 1992 (Miami)" were released to U.S. radio