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Have you ever wanted to corrupt the whole wide world?
'cause your sick and tired of watching everyone
Stop to smell the roses
Everydays a fuckin holiday for you my friend
Maybe you would like to share the wealth
Or graciously pretend
Does anybody really truly know what p.c. means?
Maybe it's just another way to say
Hey we don't like what you are doing
Waiting for a big gold medal to fall from out of the sky
Awarding you good samaritan of 1999
Sometimes I'd like to throw a brick or two
At all the aggravating fates of doom
We'd like to recognize the pains your going through
But somedays never seem to end
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Are we sane or have we lost it once again
We can only hope this day will come to an end
Have you ever wanted to blow up the whole wide world?
'cause your sick and tired of all the politics
That screw you out of rent
Waiting to climb up the ladder that shows a better life
But it don't include exactly how, which way, when or why
Sometimes I'd like to throw a brick or two
At all the superficial pricks in the zoo
We'd like to recognize the pains your going through
But somedays never seem to end
2-3
Are we sane or have we lost it once again
We can only hope somedays will never end
Are we sane or have we lost it once again
We can only hope somedays will never end
We'd like to recognize your lack of patience my friend
But somedays will never seem to end!



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