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GUEST,Nemo 25 Feb 18 - 06:34 PM
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Subject: Lyr Add: Speaking Truth To Power
From: GUEST,Nemo
Date: 25 Feb 18 - 06:34 PM

For Joe O.-

Speaking Truth To Power
    -M.O.D.

Your revolutions come and gone
You took a chance and rolled the dice against the will of social change
Still think- that Che - will live on
He's on your shirt not in your heart your revolutions ala carte

Speaking truth to power, speaking truth to power.

Take a chance and roll the dice
Against the corporate whores who live in Babylon
They'll bring the pain you better think again
Think again, the sword is much more practical then a pen.

Speaking truth to power, speaking truth to power.
There's got to be a better . A better way.
There's got to be a better- A better way.
Your revolutions come and gone
Had your chance all you did was drink coffee and blog
Safe inside the safety net
100 million lonely souls wishing that they had my balls

Speaking truth to power, speaking truth to power.

You want to make a stand, prove that your the better man
You exist to make the point that you exist and that's your point.
Suffering phantom pains- of phantom wars you never fought
You'll never know the price of loss...

The time has come for all to speak,
Speak out loud - speak as one
Today's the day that we all say
"We want freedom, we fucking paid"...

Your revolutions come and gone
You took a chance and rolled the dice against the will of social change
He's on your shirt not in your heart that you just bought at your Wal-Mart


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