He-Nis-Ra

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Rock - Hard Rock | Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States
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Member Since: 2016
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He-Nis-Ra is a strong supporter of military families and veterans. Our bass player Henry Landwehr is a veteran himself. Sign Here is about the sad state of political affairs in America these days where politicians can pass the blame and get richer while the poor keep getting poorer and people are lied to when enlisting to server our country.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

This is totally not my genre of music - but I know enough to know this is exceptional. Top notch recording, extremely marketable, certainly for commercial use. A rather complex song structure, but it does not feel forced and feels natural. I guess, I can't really say enough good about it. I really appreciate the hardwork and focus you've put into your craft. Keep it up. Don't give up. Keep going.

    - Monday Funeral

I really enjoyed this song. It has some great guitar licks especially at the beginning.

    - Keith Taylor
Lyrics

The doors left wide open
What's going on in the other room?
Don't care, keep treading through the thorn bush.
Paid tuition, for troops if they live through war.

They can't start it with me
They have to end it with them
They can't start it with me
Have to end it with them

So sign here for me and never mind what you read.

Leave it up to them to make the same mistakes
Chasing their tales leaves blame on the next
Brand new off of the showroom floor
Elected for change, hope conquers the.....poor


Their known to be knowing
Keep following
The ends coming soon
Ca Ching they sing up on a hill
A check for the rich and a flag for the poor

They can't start it with me
They have to end it with them
They can't start it with me
Have to end it with them
So sign here for me
And never mind what you read

Something's not right today
A check for the rich and a flag for the poor (x4)




Song Length
3:30
Genre
Rock - Hard Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Conformity, Politician

Similar Artists
Tremonti, Alterbridge
Language
English
Era
2000 and later