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Children in the street
Children in the street

There's more than enough to feed this world
We close our eyes and choke on opulence

Climb the hill of suffering
Walk the road of change, we can, we can
Climb the hill of suffering
(Will anyone ever care)
Walk the road of change, we can, we can
(About anyone besides themselves, besides themselves?)

We are the slaves of humanity
Forget about what we need
It's only what we think we need
We are the cursed of the human race
Even though we have it all
All we want is a bigger place

Children in the street

Don't close your eyes, we won't be ignored
Don't turn away, we won't go away

Climb the hill of suffering
Walk the road of change, we can, we can
Climb the hill of suffering
(Will anyone ever care)
Walk the road of change, we can, we can
(About anyone besides themselves, besides themselves?)

We are the slaves of humanity
Forget about what we need
It's only what we think we need
We are the cursed of the human race
Even though we have it all
All we want is a bigger place

We are the slaves of humanity
Forget about what we need
(Will anyone ever care?)
We are the slaves of humanity
Forget about what we need
(Will anyone ever care?)

Will anyone ever care?
About anyone besides themselves, besides themselves?



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