• Artist: Scouts Honor
  • Title: Prison Bars
  • Genre: Rock - Punk/Pop-Punk
  • Mood: Aggressive/Edgy, Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/6/2011
  • Lyric themes: Traveling, Change, Reminiscing, Neighborhood
  • Lyric hook: I grew up in prison, I grew up in jail, cornstalk prison bars have served me well
  • Lyrics: I was resentful of this city and all that kept me here. They said, "You can't be nobody around cornfields, boy, so get away from there." Well, I've been to bigger cities. I've breathed that diry air. But, I keep coming back to cornfields and engines. You can't be denying where you call home. I could not believe the stars at midnight and the view from my front step, the simple things that I took for granted in all those years that I wished I'd left. A people living slow and steady don't get too upset until the economy slows down and the road you go down might be the only thing you've got left to call home. You might think that you'd be dying alone, but you'd be wrong. We don't sing solo songs, so sing along. I grew up in prison. I grew up in jail. Cornstalk prison bars have served me well.
  • Keywords: punching, powerful, aggressive, rock, Bass, Guitar, punchy

About Scouts Honor

Scouts Honor

Chicago, IL United States

Scouts Honor

SCOUTS HONOR is a traveling three-piece rock'n'roll explosion. They play bastardized heavy blues that has earned them comparisons to The Melvins, Against Me!, Unsane, and Danzig, to name a few. SCOUTS HONOR has shared the stage with such great performers as Against All Authority, Leftover Crack, Planes Mistaken For Stars, Minus The Bear, The Velvet Teen, These Arms Are Snakes, Spitalfield, Aloha, Examination Of The..., Ten Grand, and Denison Witmer. In their 5 years as ...

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