You say you live in a new world
I heard the preacher say
That if you want to live forever
He needs your dollar bills today
I heard the rich were poorest
I heard the crippled were once healed
But the raping of the innocents is the only thing that's real

Your commercial god
Your commercial god
Your commercial god has gone mainstream
Your commercial god
Your commercial god has gone mainstream
Your commercial god
Your commercial god has gone mainstream
He's your 1-900 salvation fiend

All I wanted was something that was real
Something to hold on as I fall down
Something that wasn't just a fucking façade
This product shall sell out your commercial god

I say you live in a dead world
A market full of souls
You kill all off all the children just to dig another hole

Your commercial god
Your commercial god
Your commercial god has gone mainstream
Your commercial god
Your commercial god has gone mainstream
Your commercial god
Your commercial god has gone mainstream
He's your 1-900 salvation fiend

All I wanted was something that was real
Something to hold on as I fall down
Something that wasn't just a fucking façade
This product shall sell out your commercial god

Something to hold on as I fall down
Something that wasn't just a fucking façade
This product shall sell out your commercial god

Commercial god
Commercial god
Commercial god

Your commercial god has gone mainstream
Your commercial god
Your commercial god has gone mainstream
Your commercial god
Your commercial god has gone mainstream
Your commercial god
Your commercial god has gone mainstream
He's your 1-900 salvation fiend

All I wanted was something that was real
Something to hold on as I fall down
Something that wasn't just a fucking façade
This product shall sell out your commercial god

Your commercial

Something that wasn't just a fucking façade
This product shall sell out your commercial god


Lyrics submitted by elnino

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