Dread and the Fugitive Mind
Dread and the Fugitive Mind

Dread and the Fugitive Mind Lyrics Meanings
by Megadeth

Rock
2005
798

Dread and the Fugitive Mind Lyrics

Let me introduce myself I'm a social disease
I've come for your wealth leave you on your knees
No time for feeling sorry, I got here on my own
I won't ask for mercy, I choose to walk alone

What's yours is mine and what's mine is mine too
If you shake my hand better count your fingers

What if I do get caught?
What if there is no judgment?
If I'm right I lose nothing, if you're right I lose it all
I ought to get caught because I'm doing something wicked
I'm guilty haunted by my fear and the only consequences
Are dread and the fugitive mind

You built walls to protect you so no one will infect you
Pursued by those out there that vanish in thin air
Come a long way to find what you really left behind
You don't know when the end is but it's coming fast

What's yours is mine and what's mine is mine too
If you shake my hand better count your fingers

What if I do get caught?
What if there is no judgment?
If I'm right I lose nothing, if you're right I lose it all
I ought to get caught because I'm doing something wicked
I'm guilty haunted by my fear and the only consequences
Are dread and the fugitive mind

Writer(s): DAVE MUSTAINE
Copyright(s): Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind

Dread and the Fugitive Mind Meanings

A brilliant moment, in an overall mediocre -at best- album, this is about a social exile, he lets us now what his perspective of right and wrong and judgement is, his point of view on getting what you want in terms of playing with the possibilities of consequences hitting back. And he's living his transgression race.

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