"A Song About Love" as written by and Joseph Byrd....
This is a song about love. And when we turn our backs we tune it out. Colder and colder we turn it off. If there ever was true love for life, it's gone. Where has it gone? Life burns inside our hearts, but we're losing touch. We're losing ground. Traditions of killing passed on and on. Life burns inside our souls, but we discriminate to show our hate. So easily we detach ourselves from how other people feel... This is a song about hate. Ripping and tearing down, we smash it burn it to the ground. Escalate the greed that fuels our hate. In our struggle for power we generalize, if fear of difference we buy their lies. We don't realize the pain we create. Life burns inside our hearts, but we're losing touch, we're losing ground. Traditions of killing passed on and on. Life burns inside our souls, but we discriminate to show our hate. So easily we detach ourselves from how other people feel...


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