I ran to Washington Square
I took the back streets and every alley to get there
The bells were ringing with clues
And there it was, written on the side of the statue
My fingers traced every line:
"To Our Boys and Girls, Who Will Soon Take Our Place and Pass On"
200 years in one night
I told myself what had to be done to make things all right
All my life, I never wanted to end up like this but now I know what I came for:
To end the curse of generations that came before
For our children, who will soon take our places and pass on
Three strikes
Is there enough time to make it right?
Three strikes, and you're in
You couldn't trust yourself, and you didn't read the signs, so I got you again for the third time
And now you're mine



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