"Music For Shoplifiting" as written by and Roy Philips Attrell Stephen Jr. Cordes....
You'll hear tales
Of all the great pretenders
Then it comes to you

You'll spend hours
Practicing your smile
Then it comes to you

You'll be do deceived by
The peaceful life
But you'll spend all your worth
Trying to be an angel
And then it comes to you

They don't feel the way you feel
They don't know that they hurt you
And when you forgive them for what they do

You get nothing

You will dream
All there is to dream
Then it comes to you

And when you're overwhelmed by
How apathetic we are
You'll feel powerless
As you crucify your patience
Then it comes to you

They don't feel the way you feel
They don't know that they hurt you
And when you forgive them for what they do

You get nothing

And I'm not afraid


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"Music for Carnivores" as written by Roy Philips Attrell Stephen Jr. Cordes

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    General Comment"Who done crack, but stopped"
    it's Who've dealt crack ......

    sick that u found the lyrics, this is the first song i heard by him
    MNstepchild148on August 28, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentso good, no need to delve into the meaning. just read the chorus.
    noone1111111111111111111on September 04, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentEvery site has the wrong lyrics for the 2nd verse.

    "Refuse to lose my name like Sanjay (he's a hero)" -- Wrong

    "Refuse to lose my name like Sen (Chihiro!) -- RIGHT

    It's a movie called Spirited Away. The main character's name is Chihiro, but it's stolen from her and she is renamed Sen.
    usclaneyjon January 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is not the right song. Not sure if the lyrics changed at one point, but this isn't Music For Shoplifting.
    BASGTAon February 23, 2012   Link

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