"How far Have We Really Come?" as written by Bernard Joseph Fanning, Darren Stuart Middleton, John Andrew Collins, Ian David Haug and Jonathan Robert Coghill....
Despite the miseries
And the lessons learned from history
The pattern still repeats
Never to surrender don't you ever retreat

So how far have we really come?
Til the ones who are leading us
Make peace their resolution tonight
Make peace your resolution tonight

There's an arms race to be run
Building bigger better dagger headed bombs
So let's drink to the daughters and sons
Never to return to their mother's arms
No, no, no not coming back

How far have we really come?
Til the ones who are leading us
Make peace their resolution tonight
Make peace your resolution tonight

For every battle lost and won
Are these the ones that we offer up?
For every battle lost and won
Are these the ones that we offer up?

How far have we really come?
Til the ones who are leading us
Make peace their resolution tonight
Make peace your resolution tonight

So how far have we really come?
'Til the ones who are leading us
Make peace their resolution tonight
Make peace your resolution tonight



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"How Far Have We Really Come" as written by Darren Stuart Middleton Bernard Joseph Fanning

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    General CommentGreat guitar riff
    joe2000on March 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think that its about the world and the way that world leader are addicted to war machines and power and are always hungry to be the best in the arms race (There's an arms race to be run Building bigger better dagger headed bombs) and the people that die in the name for their country might be a lost cause.
    rorsteron May 11, 2006   Link

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