we all have potential.
they don't teach you that in school.
it's all Confidential, strictly fundamental rules.
we're conditioned to brainwashed fiction.
all these songs they couldn't stand to listen.
bad habits pass on like traditions.

false education.
posters bleeding thick of motivation.
join forces with this nation.
$50 thou gratification.
the white men writes the textbooks.
popularity wins by best looks.
and thats how things are resolving.
you wonder why the twin towers are falling.
now pick it up, it's revolution calling.

life's long lesson scared my skull with the knowledge.
something that you cats just can't learn in college.
but if you don't have a degree.
your bound to live in bondage.
growing up with expectations.
trying hard to acknowledge.
the fact that there's really nothing left.
we are commercialized.
yellow pages swelling up with ads.
another song to inspire this poverty.
the workers glory.
I rather die resisting, then give in to your conformity.

(Armed Metropolis 2004)





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