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Enough is enough is enough is enough
Is enough is enough is enough, again
Now I called your bluff cause you think you're so tough
Because you can make enemies out of friends

I am getting sleepy
I'm in your command
Yes, yes, yes, I understand
Yes, yes, yes, I understand

Over and over and over and over
And over and over and over, again
The Xmas curse of sharing incurred we inferred
The sword is mightier than the pen

So, if you were in Atlanta
And I am in a band
Yes, yes, yes, I understand
Yes, yes, yes, I'm in a band

A fact is a fact is a fact is a fact
Is a fact is a fact in misunderstand
And all the detractors who question the crafts
Have been asked to retract or face reprimand

You are always lying
I am on the lamb
Yes, yes, yes, I understand

Repetition of suspicion, takes a lie and makes it true

Nearer and nearer and nearer and nearer
And nearer and nearer to our demise
The fear we adhere to appears to be steering
Our ears to where we're only hearing lies

With us or against us
The line is in the sand
Yes, yes, yes, I understand

Repetition of suspicion, takes a lie and makes it true

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