"Disneyland (Stays the Same)" as written by Michael Breitkopf, Andreas Frege and Hanns Christian Mueller....
No more Cigars from Cuba, oppression in East Timor,
Sedition in Zimbabwe, dollar crisis in New York
Skinhead thugs out on the streets in London and Berlin,
Gm foods grown in the West, in Thailand, Burger King

Trees fall in the rainforest, the Yen falls in Japan,
Killer virus in the Congo, HIV in the Vatican
Silicon deaths in Hollywood, famine in Sudan,
Atomic tests by India, France and Pakistan

It doesn't matter if you're rich or poor,
If the bombs are dropping and the world's at war
One place stays secure:

Disneyland will stay the same
Disneyland will stay the same

Massacres in Mexico, in Moscow, the Mafia,
Weapons inspectors leave Iraq, terror in Bogota
Water shortage in the West Bank, New Guinea tsunami,
Ethnic cleansing by the Serbs, the Turks and the Chinese

It doesn't matter if you're rich or poor,
If the bombs are dropping and the world's at war
One place stays secure:

Disneyland will stay the same
Disneyland will stay the same
Disneyland will stay the same
Disneyland will stay the same

Northern Ireland talks break down, Basque attacks in Spain,
Fascists and fundamentalists on the rise again
Clampdown in Vietnam, Aborigine rights denied,
Tourist murders in Uganda, the entire EU resigns

It doesn't matter if you're rich or poor,
If the bombs are dropping and the world's at war
Disneyland will stay secure
When your life's fucked up and down the drain
And you haven't got the energy to start again

Disneyland will stay the same
Disneyland will stay the same
Disneyland will stay the same


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"Disneyland (Stays the Same)" as written by Hanns Christian Mueller Andreas Frege

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