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Saddest song

by No Use For A Name. Buy album CD: More Betterness!

What's wrong with everyone? There's a panic in their eyes
Like others getting close are aliens in disguise
They smell conspiracy on the lips of dearest friends
Reminds me of a time long ago, they think it's the end

Of what we all created, used to love but now we hate it
Life is as simple as the mind it lives in
the truth is a waste of time
When we're conditioned to understand
Lies are the right way as we watch the blind leading the blind

Everything that we see is another's suffering
Learn to enjoy the message your tv is delivering
You're safe behind the glass like being at the zoo
The face of guilty thoughts turns around and looks just like you

Don't want to be another victim, but you watch them suffer
Organized, de-sensitized and trained
To wake up at six A.M,
go to work come back and in bed by ten
Where the feeling is safe and warm
Horrified by any change, living by consensus destroy us
Paints pretty pictures at the same time will do us more harm

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Album: More Betterness! (1999) Lyrics
cd Buy "More Betterness!" CD
  1. Coming To Close
  2. Fairytale Of New York
  3. Why Doesen't Anybody Like Me?
  4. Not your savior
  5. Life size mirror
  6. Chasing rainbows
  7. Lies can't pretend
  8. Why doesn't anybody like me?
  9. Sleeping in
  10. Fairytale of new-york
  11. Pride
  12. Always carrie
  13. Let it slide
  14. Six degrees from misty
  15. Coming Too Close
  16. Saddest song
  17. Room 19


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