"Clones (We're All)" as written by Adam Jan Narkiewicz and David Maurice Carron....
I'm a clone
I know it and I'm fine
I'm one and more are on the way
I'm two, doctor
Three's on the line
He'll take incubation another day

I'm all alone, so are we all
We're all clones
All are one and one are all
All are one and one are all
We destroyed the government
We're destroying time
No more problems on the way

I'm through doctor
We don't need your kind
The other ones
Ugly ones
Stupid boys
Wrong ones

I'm all alone, so are we all
We're all clones
All are one and one are all
All are one and one are all
We destroyed the government
We're destroying time
No more problems on the way

Six is having problems
Adjusting to his clone status
Have to put him on a shelf
(Please don't put me on the shelf)
All day long we hear him crying so loud
I just want to be myself
I just want to be myself
I just want to be myself
Be myself
Be myself

I'm all alone, so are we all
We destroyed the government
We're destroyed time
No more problems on the way

I'm through doctor
We don't need your kind
The other ones
Ugly ones
Stupid boys
Wrong ones

I'm all alone, so are we all
We're all clones
All are one and one are all
All are one and one are all
We destroyed the government
We're destroying time
No more problems on the way

I'm all alone, so are we all
We're all clones
All are one and one are all
All are one and one are all


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"Clones" as written by David Maurice Carron Adam Jan Narkiewicz

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    General CommentI think he's saying that world does it's best to stamp out individuality, and that, in the end, we are all the same. Clones.
    Zorgnon July 31, 2006   Link

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