Everybody in his or her own life needs a hobby,
Fills the voids that working late create
Everybody in his or her own life needs a hobby,
Fills the voids that working late create

We can win
We can win
We can win
We can win
Can you hear us?
Can you hear us?
Can you hear us?
Can you hear us?
We've got our fingers on the pulse of America
We cross our hair in the town of America
Come in search for

Not too political enough to discover
Wake up
Wake up
You're a person on fire!
Not too political enough to discover
Wait
Wait
Wait
Wait
Wake up
Wake up
Wake up
Wake up
You're a person on fire!
Wake up
Wake up
Wake up
Wake up
You're a person on fire!

At the paths we cross is the curse you speak
It all starts with a gunshot blowing up the streets
From the paths we cross is the curse you speak
It all starts with a gunshot blowing up the streets

Can you hear us? Not too political enough to discover
Can you hear us? Not too political enough to discover

Wake up
You're a person on fire
You're a person on fire
We've got our finger on the pulse of America (x2)


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    General CommentI think it's "Not too political, nothing too clever" instead of "Not too political, enough to discover". It's hard to make out though, what with the overpowering badassedry of the song.
    aangeleneon April 24, 2008   Link
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    General Commentit's for sure "not too political, nothing too clever"
    slower_twinon January 06, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti think it's also "work and rent" create at the beginning
    slower_twinon January 06, 2009   Link

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