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Last man out


by Dysphoria. Buy album CD: Hope Without Reason


When times are bad
everyone's so quick to turn away
You're so content
even when this violence gets out of hand
It's never you
who deals with this burden of ignorance
Lost in the wrong crowd
Always have to work things out on my own
Sick and tired of looking over my shoulder
I want to strive for something
want to strive for something more
It's never enough
It's never enough to lead by
my own example, my own actions
When times were good our friends
Stood up thicker than blood
And so where they've gone,
They could put an end to this, all again
Take a part
Be the last man
Have the last word
Last Man out
Last Man, don't give it up.
Some say that change is always good
And I hope it is the truth
'Cause in the past I've seen things change
I've yet to see the good shine through
A difference between
Me and you
It's never enough
It's never enough to lead
by my own example, my own actions
Sick of looking over my shoulder
Striving for something better
Right here, My own example
Never, turn away again
So many have come and gone
Never to understand
We must all get along
Can't comprehend
If we all can see it through
To better days
Makes this all worth while
Makes it all worth while



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Album: Hope Without Reason (1997) Lyrics
cd Buy "Hope Without Reason" CD
  1. Where you ought to be
  2. Burden
  3. Facedown
  4. Start again
  5. Life: reloading
  6. The rule
  7. Hollow words
  8. Mourning chorus
  9. Setup
  10. Last man out

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