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Pop Culture Isn't Worth The Money It's Printed On lyrics

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Split Fifty – Pop Culture Isn't Worth The Money It's Printed On lyrics

Rip me down and take the sweat from my back
Listen to me
The candy train is leaving town
The wax museum is melting down

I don't care what you've been doing
I don't care what you've been saying
Everything is burning underground

You want an answer
Say you know why I feel this way
Everything is wrong
You want an answer
Say you know why I feel this way
Everything is wrong

Just like the air you breathe
It means more to me than something you can't see
And if you heard those sheep what does it mean
This art is out of reach

Selling lies and buying out streets
Now you're choking just for you
Money grows on trees
We're burning down your house of greed
You stealing what you can from an honest man



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