"Gods and Goverment" as written by Pieter Alan Bourke and David Lachlan Thrussell....
We loathe the darkness that we're breathin'
We fear the hole that we live in
There's sadness sadder then can be spoken
There's emptiness emptier than worth knowing
We cry with a pain that won't show it's face
A great sorrow that will never leave this place

Pray, but don't expect salvation
The end holds nothing but deflation

In fear we invent gods and goverments
To hide we invent gods and goverments
Behind lies a truth that's ugly and shallow
Our lives are a journey confined and narrow

We're born alone an dwe die alone
There are heros among us, but they're all unsung
The landscape gives us the best indication
That the light at the end of the tunnel, is a gateway to nothing

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