"War Machine" as written by and Cliff Calabro Bret Michaels....
Government sent your sons to die
Cameras catch the mothers crying
But it's alright, no it's not alright
Love and peace buy a bigger gun
That is how the war game is won
But it's alright, no it's not alright

Good evening and welcome to the revolution
The next big TV show
One big problem with no solution
That's how our ratings grow

First we make you
Then we break you
you're so disposable
Charge the line
And don't ask why
Do or die is all we know

[Chorus:]
War machine
Hate and greed
Watch them bleed
On TV

Look into a soldier's eyes
He ask no questions tells no lies
Is he alright, no he's not alright
Unsung heroes die in vain
We don't even know their names
Is that alright, no it's not alright

Freedom comes at a bloody price
One we all must pay
The greedy line their pockets
While the dead and wounded fade away

First we make you
Then we break you
You're so disposable
Charge the line
And don't ask why
Do or die is all we know

[Chorus:]

Good evening and welcome to the revolution
The next big TV show
One big problem with no solution
That's how our ratings grow

First we make you
Then we break you
You're so disposable
Charge the line
And don't ask why
Do or die is all we know

[Chorus:]

We must be free
War machine


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"War Machine" as written by Cliff Calabro Bret Michaels

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