"The Abomination" as written by and Orenda Fink....
When I was a girl
I witnessed an accident
A man struck by an automobile
He fell through the atmosphere

Like a rag doll with magical powers
Or a spaceship in a meteor shower
We're all on board [Incomprehensible]
When we land it'll be better

But the abomination's on my right
And the left side's just trying to keep up

You sent me my illness but that's what I call it
Like a stick for your nest
The red bird brought it with a wink and a smile

I have no choice but to dream of a dark country road
That leads me away from this great pain

"Oh, is there more?" asked the woman
Struck by lightning on the kitchen floor
While she prays to the Lord

The abomination's on my right
And the left side's just trying to keep up

The abomination's on my right
And the left side's just trying to keep up

The abomination's on my right
And the left side's just trying to keep up
(We want to keep up, we want to keep up)

The abomination's on my right
And the left side's just trying to keep up
(We want to keep up, we want to keep up)



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"The Abomination" as written by Orenda Fink

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    General CommentWhere all on board shout
    "When we land it'll be better!"

    Like a stick for your nest
    josh434on August 16, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is a political song about how rightism is an abomination for the people as a whole and how leftism is having a hard time 'keeping up' or responding to it's actions. and then there are people on the left who are just hoping for the best, as if we won't die when we crash our ship.
    because those in control give us resources and distract us and all that, it's hard to resist it, to fight it or do anything but become despairing and hopeless.
    XianSnakeon September 26, 2007   Link

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