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Rockfour – Goverment lyrics

Unhappy chords you better count the seconds
It's gonna crack, collect the dirty matters
Surrender to the old addictions
Look at yourself, a copycat with no religion
That's what you are

The choice you've made within the circumstances
Citizen kane, you are like stormy weather
Electric heads and fashion t-shirts
No acts of innocence
Your face is on the television
Look what you've done

The blame's on everyone...

Here it goes again
Isn't it time to change the government?
Here it goes again
Isn't it time to find our innocence?

The money's gone, the money's gone
You better switch off the lights
Look out, you'll never make it
Using only escalators, private aeroplanes
A twisted life of contridictions
It's suicide

The blame's on everyone...

Here it goes again
Isn't it time to change the government?
Here it goes again
Isn't it time to find our innocence?

Automatic information
Fast communications turning right
Pornographic windows
Hell, you are approaching fast to second twenty-one

Here it goes again
Isn't it time to change the government?
Here it goes again
Isn't it time to find our innocence?



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/r/rockfour/goverment.html

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