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I heard a million stories
Of what I did today
But I couldn't feel the glory
As I carried him away

No I'm not crying,
Just burning inside
I won't stop trying
To stay alive
At least for a while...

I'm a brave young boy,
I'm the nation's toy
And I'm working hard
In the far backyard
Now I am nowhere
'Cause they sent me here
I don't know if I'm going to stay...

Was afraid of dying
But now it's all the same
I might be escapin'
Or I might feed the flame
But I'll remember
The scene of the crime
Until the angels
Knock on my door
And tell me the score...

I'm a brave young boy,
I'm the nation's toy
And I'm working hard
In the far backyard
Now I am nowhere
'Cause they sent me here
I don't know if I'm going to stay...

If I don't go insane
Don't know who I should blame
Think I've gone all the way,
No one left to betray
So I don't know if I'm going to stay



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