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alexthomasdavis – Same Old Daydream lyrics

People go scuba diving
Come back as porpoises
People go caravanning
Come back as tortoises

Can we cure africa
Save rare madagascar
Change how we run the car
Or have things gone too far

It's the same old daydream
It's the same old daydream
It's the same old daydream
It's the same old daydream
People go orangutanging
Come back as monkeys
People go skydiving
Come back as stunties
Can we cure africa
Save rare madagascar
Change how we run the car
Or have things gone too far
It's the same old daydream



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    alexthomasdavisMar 7, 2014 at 12:17 pm
    This song is about how the developed countries are ALL TALK! For example food packaging, when I was growing up there was going to be less and less packaging. Did this ever arise? Nope, packaging got more substantial. Its the same old daydream. Money rules in the capitalist society, not the green world.

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