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"We look out
for number one so much,
number two is dehumanized."
kinds of prisons . . . one where
you're locked up and everything's outside,
and another where you're outside,
and everything's locked away."
"I wish I
could turn the clock back,
back to when I was ten,
when I wasn't scared of everything,
and everything wasn't so
nothing to celebrate,
extinction doesn't deserve a parade."
"Why is a
crime not a crime,
when it's committed by police?"
in a place where 1 in 10 have no money,
I hear only 1 in 10 encouraging words."
Street lights and a sleepless dream
need the most attention,
but since they're untaxable, they get none.
And because the system sucks,
when the kids grow up,
they'll have to send their kids back into the system that's fucked."
"So what if
we can make a million cars in one day,
or a million bombs to blow ourselves up.
Should we call this free?"
learned to fool the slaves into 8 hour days,
but do we need them, or do they need us?"
"I've got a lot of nothing taking all my time."
"It hurt me
when my friends transformed into my parents,
they don't call here anymore."
is so lonely,
when it's all that you can see."
friendly faces seem so few and far between."
"If I had a
I'd do away with capitalist society.
I'd build a world where smiles and love,
are worth more than money."
I pray for
sweet dreams and an H-Bomb."
is hunky dory in candyland.
We hide our problems well.
But it's 10 below tonight,
and I don't know why I was put into this hell."
but I really need a friend.
Can someone spare a smile?"
possessions that run people's lives.
Everything we own makes us afraid to be friends."
"How do I fit
in this game?
Just a nameless face,
or a faceless name?"
comes down to just you and I standing on the last corner of the
last town of the last city in the burning world,
you'll still have someone on your side."
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