Like toy soldiers we all fall down
In protest but scattered all around
And still we think we're gaining ground
In principal we'll fight them all
Until we're stronger that the walls
That hold our strength to turn it round
Becoming what you used to hate
Now you think consumerism has it's place
Is there anyone who's strong enough
To turn the tide when they've all tried and failed?
Or do we live to serve a plastic world?
The bloodied stains keep changing hands
Our instability demands
A better place a better race
Its then we see our humanistic superficiality
Another man made system fails
Becoming what you used to hate
As you set your ideology in place
Is there anyone who's strong enough
To turn the tide when they've all tried and failed?
Or do we live to serve a plastic
World full of hate a world gone wrong
Conditional submissive ignorance for what he's done
You'll never find a better way
Without the life He offers it's a pointless relay race
But you don't care you 'don't belong'
Another victim you've become.


Lyrics submitted by Cherub Rock

Plastic World song meanings
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