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Sanity – War Song lyrics

I'm sick of seeing all the children and the suffering
Draft is just another word of saying slavery
I'm told to be a man and fight for my country

Don't you think that every life is worth something?
I won't fight another war
When I don't know what I'm fighting for

I can hear the planes flying up above me
Another way to make another broken family
I could paint a million pictures but you'll never see

Don't you think that every life is worth something?
I won't fight another war
When I don't know what I'm fighting for

I can't stand to watch the children bleed
Hurts the eyes, the suffering

Where's the good?
Where's the love?
Love's so desperately needed

I won't fight for something
That I don't believe in
I won't fight another war
What are we fighting for?

Every child and his father that he'll never see
(that he'll never see)
For every widow in a bed that lies empty
(lies empty)
For every yellow ribbon tied around a tree
For all of you that never had a chance to speak

I won't fight another war
When I don't know what I'm fighting for

We won't lose nobody when
I don't fight for something I don't believe in



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