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"Smell like what? There was a kid in my
class that got a boner in P.E. in High School.
He was wearing sweat pants, it was really
embarasing, so this song goes out to him" - Tom
Everything has fallen to pieces,
Earth is dying, help me Jesus
We need guidance, we've been misled
Young and hostile, but not stupid
Corporate leaders, politicians
Kids can't vote, adults elect them
Laws that rule the school and workplace,
Signs that caution, sixteen's unsafe
We really need to
See this through
We never wanted
To be abused
We'll never give up
It's no use
If we're fucked up, you're to blame
Let this train wreck burn more slowly
Kids are victims in this story
Drown the youth with useless warnings
Teenage rules, they're fucked and boring
We really need to
See this through
We never wanted
To be abused
We'll never give up
It's no use
If we're fucked up, you're to blame
Everything has fallen to pieces
Everything has fallen to pieces
Everything has fallen to pieces
Everything has fallen to...
We really need to
See this through
We never wanted
To be abused
We'll never give up
It's no use
If we're fucked up, you're to blame (blame, blame, blame)



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