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The American Tragedy – The Sychronized Skyswimmers Of The 21st Century lyrics

Meet me back here
In fifty years
Under willow
My heart's carved on

Arrow drawn through
It's ink in blue
April Marie
I loved you dearly

But the fire was
Put out long ago
And we are the embers stoked
And we're inhaling it all

Well everything we do
Is pathetic
Stuck off in the past outdated
Afraid of change,
Afraid of change for what

I think we do things just because
That's the way it always was
A foot in front of the other
It's evolution, Evolution

We don't mind staying behind
Never looking forward
Never getting closer to
Synchronized, synchronized

And if you want me face down
And if you want me bleeding
You'd better start some time
Cause I am not that easy
And if you want me dead then
You'd better start working
Cause I am still alive
And I won't deny the change
No I won't deny the change

Only fools deny the change



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