Officer, officer, officer
where you going with all that rancor?
I see no broken windows
do you have faith in those that sent you here?
'cause in the full blown afternoon commute
the news crew beats you onto the scene
as we lay down in market street
violent-voiced and bleeding from the knees

well they say we're wrong
so leave the cameras on
leave the cameras on
yeah we'll see whos wrong, wrong

well officer, officer, officer
did we get too close to union square?
this high class pride, the tender line
'cause in the tenderloin
you didnt seem to care
so this prison buzz, the prison buzz
the warehouse docks and lockers all away
the white cloud in the white house will white out everything we tried to say

well they say we're wrong
so leave the cameras on
leave the cameras on yeah we'll see whos wrong, wrong

I though I saw myself on the big screne
broadcast against the president's bobbing
well I think he needs a slap on the shoulder
I think we need to get a little bit bolder

well they say we're wrong
so leave the cameras on
leave the cameras on yeah we'll see whos wrong, wrong


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    General CommentI believe the first line goes:

    "Officer, officer, officer
    where you going with all that >>RIOT GEAR
    vickyzeeon December 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentObviously, this is about how much police suck at controling riots. They act on words of other people, and pay no attention to what they see, or the message of the riot. Then the government clears everything up by saying how terrible the people involved in the riot were behaving.


    I believe this line > "The warehouse docks and lockers all away" is really-"he warehouse docks and LOCK US all away"
    zbuton December 31, 2006   Link

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