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You
Who Are On The Road Must
Have A Code That
You Can Live By And
So Become Yourself Because
The Past Is
Just A Goodbye Teach.

Your Children Well Their
Father's Hell Did
Slowly Go By And
Feed Them On Your Dreams The
One They fix The
One You'll Know By Don't.

You Ever Ask Them Why If
They Told You You, Would Cry So
Just Look At Them And Sigh And
Know They Love You And.

You (Can, you hear and) Of
Tender Years (Do you care and) Can't
Know The Fears (Can you see we) That
Your Elders Grew By (Must be free to) And
So Please Help (Teach your children what) Them
With Your Youth (You believe in) They
Seek The Truth (Make a world that) Before
They Can Die (We can live in) Teach

Your Parents Well Their
Children's Hell Will
Slowly Go By And
Feed Them On Your Dreams The
One They fix The
One You'll Know By Don't.

You Ever Ask Them Why If
They Told You You, Would Cry So
Just Look At Them And Sigh And
Know They Love You



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    Vani SmithMay 13, 2013 at 1:26 pm
    & feed them on your dreams / the 1 they PICK'S the 1 u'll know by... PICK'S not FIX. The dream they will PICK IS the dream u will know by. Pay attention: these lyrics actually have meaning!

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