Young kids in catholic schools
Elderly parents living under your roof
You pay the bills and you pay the price
You don't back down and you won't play nice
The disgraced values of the company man
Are why you fight and sacrafice
Don't bend or break for their one-way rules
Or run from battles you knwo you'll lose

Greed is blinding you
But we can see
He's got yesterday's values
Living in tomorrow's industry

They see your eyes, they see your face
But it's your soul they wanna take
Yeah, welcome ot the future it don't seem fair
But this is your struggle, the cross you bear
They know your pain, they don't think twice
There's a dollar value on your life
You don't comprimise and you don't break
Yeah, it's our principles at stake


The dailey outlook it's so bleak
Saving every dollar of every week
Living month to month, you've got to get ahead
But all the while falling deeper in debt


The weight falls hard on the stand up guy
The one you can count on you can rely
This is your future it don't seem right
But this is your battle, this is your fight
Something in this country has got to change
If we're ever gonna see those days again
Your parents may have done it with just one job
But now we're working for less and twice as hard

Chorus x2

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Tommorow's Industry song meanings
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    General CommentIt's about the previous president of the United stats George W Bush (2nd). How he used christian theology and references to control USA and build up war industries while a large part of the population are barely surviving by taking more and more jobs and earning less. That is in the past let us all see to the future from now on. Go Obama! Oi!
    andresuppsalaon June 14, 2009   Link

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