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Blackout Argument – Snob Revolution lyrics

The modern day nursery's called bootcamp.
Here's where the career begins.
(Lesson one): humiliating treatment.
You've got to lose yourself.
If you can't hate you'll learn it.
Fight or die.
Fear is their way to heaven Bloodthirsty education is supposed to tame every kid.
These sermonizers don't attack great importance to human rights.

The air is thinner than a nail.

I raise my fist for the youth in hope that we won't become a medieval empire.

(Lesson two): solitary confinement.
The pretty new prisons grow taller than a giant redwood.
The budget of the youth welfare department is getting less and less.
Let us step back for a moment.
This open book burns without fire.
Beware.
Beware.
Where are the second chances?



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