I must have missed that day in school when they taught the kids the truth
and I must have missed that golden rule don't trust don't look
like mommy told me do not beleive the ones daddy called the enemy
you're singing that anthem once again the anthem of the brave americans sitting on
the lap of little uncle sam telling him who you hate waving your flag mighty and
proud which one is louder now your gun or your mouthstanding around bragging
about who should and shouldn't be free mommy told me do not believe the
ones grandpa said brought the disease I must have missed that day in schoool
when they taught the kids the truth and I must have missed the golden rule
don't trust who don't look like you mommy told me do not believe the ones
that don't look like you and me fear is the thought we have been taught of
difference from start to be afraid of what we're not setting us all
further apart hating the ones that don't fit in what kind of life is that to
live hating the ones our parents did without even knowing what they're about


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