"The Great Big Disconnect" as written by Robert Conley and Darren Hayes....
You got God if you paid for it
You got sex if you prayed for it
And those ever elusive weapons of mass destruction

You got Jesus with the palest skin
You had Lenin but you wasted him
I got sleeping pills that'll make you wanna call your mama

Everyone's keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away
Keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away

You got phones with 3D eyes
And you're lonely but you don't know why
Somebody just killed a man and I forgot to moisturize

You got AIDS in Africa
You got Paris in a new sports bra
You got therapists to justify your behavior

Everyone's keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away
Keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away

And I loved your company
So full with generosity
I've something else to say
But it must have slipped my mind
It must've slipped my mind

So write another love song
And pretend that nothing's wrong
And if a feeling comes
Just call me in the morning

Everyone's keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away
Keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away

Everyone's keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away
Keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away

Everyone's keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away
Keeping their love far away
Everyone's keeping their love far away


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"The Great Big Disconnect" as written by Robert Conley Darren Hayes

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    General Commentyet another political song from Darren, but it's catchy at least!
    Pinkbutterflyon September 05, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti really like what darren say in this song ...
    true ...true
    this song is a good message !!!!
    Mag89on September 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentTo me, honestly, this feels like he's commenting on watching TV, most likely the news, and commenting on the stories and commercials; about how the shallowness of the world and the general apathy.
    "you got Aids in africa" followed by "You got paris in a new sports bra."

    I don't know. that's what it feels like to me.
    whitephoenix72on March 22, 2009   Link

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