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Working Class Heroes – Miami Injustice lyrics

I believe in you,
I think what you did was right,
You shouldnt have gone down,
What you felt every night,
Must have been hell for you,
All the shit that you went through,
But I believe in you, I believe in you

Sleeping in the snow
While all the other kids were in there houses
You were on the, streets

Injustice, injustice, injustice

Injustice was served
Intollarence and no understanding
The judgement was wrong
You should still be standing
Eileen

You were let down by everyone you met,
Taken for granted, and you let
People walk all over you
Till you finally go the courage
To do what was right
You did what was right



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