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Western Addiction – Animals And Children lyrics

Onward conscious introverts
Irish serpents with babes in arms
Rabid dogs and sprouts with heart
Generosity to a fault

Although there are cracks and flaws,
That one's broken and this one here is wrong
We'll study at your feet
With Dutch accords bound in need not want
Not want

Surveillance from crimeless places
Upward glances unto downtrodden faces
We quarter where fowls smother
Vermin roar and the faithful slumber

We'll study at your feet
With Dutch accords bound in need not want

And we'll play, we'll cheer, we'll laugh, it's clear

I prefer the company of animals and children
To adults so I won't have to give up hope



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