"A Last Act of Desperate Men" as written by Jonathan Fearon, Lee Richard Gale and Stuart James Ogilvie....
They said your body was leaving on the next flight to your home
They said I could catch you up
I chose not to go

I heard you left with the best intentions
You always had a mind of your own
Heard you said I could catch you up
I wish i'd have known

You said you wanted rebellion
Well this is betrayal, how does it feel ?
Frustrated, a boxed in man
Torn up over a boxed in man

You said you wanted rebellion
Well this is betrayal, how does it feel ?
Frustrated, a boxed in man
Torn up over a boxed in man

What twist of fate could have lead to this?

So won't somebody tell what happened ?
Goddamn I have no fucking clue!
I know you'd never have wanted to end it like this
Such a pity!
Such a pity!
Such a pity!
Such a pity!


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