Pulled off the road, millions move on
To catch my breath for a second,
Was a second too long
I guess where I am is where I belong
Beneath the big wheel

I was a day to day and I lived and learned
Learnt how to steal or wait my turn
Because nothing's fair and nothing's fairly earned
When you're on the big wheel

I'm living with nothing beneath me
Straining my neck so I can see
This thin that spins so selfishly
I'm watching the big wheel

Well who can you trust and who can you blame?
They say "two thousand years its always been the same
The same names running the same games"
On the big wheel

I'm living with nothing beneath me
Straining my neck so I can see
This thin that spins so selfishly
I'm watching the big wheel

It's a rollercoaster with fairground lights
There's a wheel on my wagon rolling into the night
And in my head there's this beautiful sight
They're building a different wheel


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