"Bandage For A Bleeding Heart" as written by and Aidan Hawken....
Catalogs filled with shiny new things
Perfect children swinging on their swings
Matching napkins for matching plates
Matching forks and knives spoon feed their brains

Bandage for a bleeding a heart
Bandage for a bleeding a heart
If only you could have fresh start
TV is your work of art
TV is your work of art
It's a bandage for a bleeding a heart

You buy your house
You buy your car
Your wife and kids
And who you are
Computer screen
TV set
Where what you see
Is what you get

Houses lined up all in a row
Friendly neighbors watch their flowers grow
TV dinners sit on magazines
Perfect pictures that spoon feed your dreams

Bandage for a bleeding a heart
Bandage for a bleeding a heart
When did this madness start
TV is your work of art
TV is your work of art
It's a bandage for a bleeding a heart

The air is too thick to breathe
The air is too thick to see
The red light prison
On the freeway

Golden handcuffs around your wrists
Golden handcuffs around your wrists
You don't know how it came
To this

The rain comes pouring down
The rain can't help you now
Once your city's burning

And your matching napkins
And your matching plates
And your shiny car and freeway
Don't believe in heaven

Well you buy your house
And you buy your car
Your wife and kids
And who you are
Computer screen
TV set
Where what you see
Is what you get

You buy your house
And you buy your car
Your wife and kids
And who you are
Computer screen
TV set
Where what you see
Is what you get

Bandage for a bleeding a heart
Bandage for a bleeding a heart
When did this madness start

Bandage for a bleeding a heart
Bandage for a bleeding a heart
When did this madness start


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