When you're born and bred I can see to move on is hard,
Colloquial mindset brings you down and leaves you scarred.
But it doesn't have to be you, you can break through, time to get out,
And search for something else, yeah, in the name of stimulation.

'Cause now I feel like I am free,
To find the questions that have grown within me.
And now I know that I can be
More than just another blind man who chooses not to see.

You said that we'd go, that we'd know more than deprived minds,
You said you'd go, you'd know and blow their minds.
What ever happened to you? You never broke through, still time to get out,
And search for something else, yeah, in the name of stimulation.

'Cause now I feel like I am free,
To find the questions that have grown within me.
And now I know that I can be
More than just another blind man who chooses not to see.

That chooses not to see.

You smoke too much,
Ain't gonna make that change for you.
Sick of these desperate ways,
If you're sick of your situation, then make it change.

Sittin' round all day,
Ain't gonna make that change for you.
Sick of these desperate ways,
If you're sick of your situation, then make it change.

You say you're gonna see more than this grand display
Of cultural depravation and this same old way of living.
Well if you're gonna see you're gonna have to make it change,
You got to change.

But now I feel like I am free,
To find the questions that have grown within me.
And now I know that I can be
More than just another blind man who chooses not to see.

You gotta make it change.
You gotta make it change.
You gotta make it change.


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