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Don't Use Your Head is the lead single from A.D.I.M.A.H.'s 2016 EP Manmade Apocalypse, released a week after the end of the 2016 elections.

Meaning Edit

The song is based on the ensuing riots that took place following the inauguration of Donald Trump. It talks about how the rioters are destroying America, even though they believed that Trump would've been the one who'd do so. There's also a thinly-veiled reference to Black Lives Matter.

Lyrics Edit

Your cries are all in vein

Driving us to the unknown

Never learned from our mistakes

We roam this land alone

Driven by paranoia

Losing sight of what we once were

Don't waste your breath Beelzebub

The world is doing your dirty work

Life and death we all chose the latter

Pushed aside like we didn't matter

The lower people are plotting our fall

But I hope to be a pelt nailed right on the wall

Your cries are all in vein (all lost!)

Driving us to the unknown (light cries!)

Never learned from our mistakes (you've killed us no matter what you say!)

We roam this land alone

Suffocated by free thoughts

Unjust pain is what they have wrought

He never made it to the promised land

Yet you still refuse to understand

You'd follow the word of the seventh deadly sinner

Yet you bite your tongue when she didn't go a winner

I'm not waiting for him to destroy this world

Cause everyone I know has done it tenfold

Your cries are all in vein (all lost!)

Driving us to the unknown (light cries!)

Never learned from our mistakes (you've killed us no matter what you say!)

We roam this land alone

Punished for expressing sense

A better world has had no chance

[Solo]

Your cries are all in vein (all lost!)

Driving us to the unknown (light cries!)

Never learned from our mistakes (you've killed us no matter what you say!)

We roam this land alone (God bless the end!)

Your cries are all in vein (all lost!)

Driving us to the unknown (light cries!)

Never learned from our mistakes (you've killed us no matter what you say!)

We roam this land alone

Reception Edit

The song received mixed reviews from critics. It was panned by those who follow the Democratic party but received praise from contemporary critics. People have often compared the song to Collapse by War of Ages.

Video Edit

The video features Quay Manuel, a key player in the current election. The band is seen performing the song in an ancient castle, with cuts to the emotional faces of beaten statues. Quay is kicked out of his home and he ventures through a farm (shown to be an old plantation) while visions play featuring black people whipping white people (referencing Black Lives Matter).

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