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No Use For A Name – Fatal Flu lyrics

It taught you a lesson, how to be afraid
And how to understand your life is not a game
It's more than a lesson, now you can learn no more from love
Even with that wisdom in your mind, there's still that
Poison in your blood
You wouldn't touch the breakfast that I made for you
How could you lie?
Losing weight, you look afraid, you're scaring me
I wonder why?
Victim of envionment, I cannot stand aside and watch you die
Everyday you went to school trying to maintain your cool
With people sitting far away from you
No lesson learned here, prejudice prevails
You're an outcast to the ignorance of other people's metal jails
Soon you'll be free, yo ucan live again, my friend
Darkness is better than this life you live
Sympathy I give to you, that is all I can do
I'm sorry that you're stuck here with this fatal flu
There's not much I can do
They taught you a lesson, how to stay away
Victim of your solitude, one out of ten
And one was you, victim of society's
Incurable disease, the fatal flu

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