I came back for the planet that I gave to you
Well you obviously let it go to waste
Something has been festering beneath the leaves
I can smell it from the other side of space

Leave behind your family
They treat you like a child
Or is your mind growing weaker?
Is your mind growing weaker?
Is your mind growing weaker?

I came back for the kitchen that I gave to you
As another frozen dinner turns to ash
You left us with a candle and a can of beans
Well what are we supposed to do with that?

Trade us in and take it back
He treats you like a child
Or is your heart growing harder?
Is your heart growing harder?
Is your heart growing harder?

I came back for the children that I gave to you
Well someone's got to teach them how to live
We can learn to arm their eyes with laser beams
Inside this house where everyone is dead

Send the girl off to sea
The man can't help himself



Lyrics submitted by kirbsta

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