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Faith No More – Greed lyrics

Over the hills they came from the valley
Making innuendoes about my lack of talent, oh well...
They say that when I'm supposed to be singing
All I 'm really doing is yelling, oh well...
To you I say ....

Break out or get out
Then they say that I can't sing
That I don't say a thing
That I make everything up...oh well
To you I say...

Break out or get out
Break out or get out

Get out of your mind
Cause it's much too small
And there's so much going on



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    UnregisteredAug 31, 2012 at 2:44 pm
    Had this guy studied george ohsawa's mtacobioric philosophy he would have gone about his adventure in a much wiser fashion. Because he did not he was foolish and reckless. One should never stop talking to others, especially loved ones, no matter how difficult. Macrobiotics teaches one to live free like wild birds, fish and other animals do. To never work or be attached to money. To live as close to nature as possible. Ancient eastern school of thought far exceeds any western school of thought.

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