Despite its alarming title, the song has an anti-racist theme. The single was released with two different artworks. The first music video was shot in The other Swedish version was shot in The music video was shot in The song is mixed with a child's voice singing "When I grow up, there will be a day when everybody has to do what I say", and shouting. It is about the selfish acts of man, who equates himself to God, and considers himself the Almighty.
The main idea of the song is an ironic attitude to people of such a type and its purpose is to criticise arrogance. The video was shot in It shows vocalist Zak Tell preparing for the training in a gym locker room. He later appears in competitions with children in basketballAmerican football and boxingand wins every one of them. He is sitting at the basketball hoopand it shows him "biggest and the best, better than the rest". The other musicians are also playing at the basketball field.
The Truth (Live Version) - Clawfinger - Warfair the end of the video all three children bring in three very muscular men, presumably their fathersand point to Zak as the video ends. It is one of the few sung in a heavy metal style. It contains five songs some of them are live versionsand also a video for "Recipe for Hate". The video was shot and released in The film shows the members of the band surrounded The Truth (Live Version) - Clawfinger - Warfair a crowd of girls, playing in a dark room with blinking light and falling fluff.
At the end of the first minute the vocalist Zak Lstndtx - The Knife - Dance Mixtape starts singing face to face with one of the girls, after which she kicks him with a fist. Then some girls come to attack other members of the group but they continue playing until the end.
A music video was shot in At the beginning, the video shows a boy trying to escape from security but he is caught and then appears in a courtroom. The second figure is a girl, who is a victim of rape. She also appears in a court as a responsible party. When the judge tells a sentence, the plaintiffs begin to exult but the responsible parties aren't satisfied with the sentence. The boy treats the girl a bottle of water.
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