Mr. Military man would you ever understand
The way the kids feel
When the kids peel in the yard

Mr. Military man would never understand
The way the kids feel
When the kids peel in the yard
Falling in the dark
Playing in the park

I wonder if you sit days alone
Asking your eyes if what they’ve seen are real
Have they seen what things are real?
They’re tired from torn up carcasses
And ladies you’ve left with unborn kids
With the disease and hate for every inch of what you are

Mr. Military man would never understand
The way the kids feel
When the kids peel in the yard

Mr. Military man would never understand
The way the kids feel
When the kids peel in the yard
Falling in the dark
Playing in the park

I wonder if you sit days alone
Asking your eyes if what they’ve seen are real
Have they seen what things are real?
They’re tired from torn up carcasses
And ladies you’ve left with unborn kids
With the disease and hate for every inch of what you are

Have you been sleeping well nights inside
Could have been better without your friends
Here with me in my house
We’re talking about what you were like
Before you went away and we all agree you’re better off
Staying away at least until you’re a hollow burned out
Shell of yourself, brain-dead from the bread inside
Then you can come out and see us
Then you can save whatever piece of love is left for you
But I honestly doubt there’s going to be anything more than
There is now. In time we’ll try to forget about it and maybe we will
And the only thing you have time for is us
The only thing you’re ever going to think about is us
And how they wouldn’t let you go to your father’s funeral
Or see your mother after he died. How could anyone believe
that you’re right? How could anyone believe what you say anymore?
Mr. Soldier. Mr. Military man. Mr. Soldier. Mr. Military man.


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