I thought we found the american dream
And than found out that was only make believe
I'm so sick of that
I'm so sick of that

I was promised more than I've ever had
And than I turn around only to be stabbed in the back
I'm so sick of that
I'm so sick of that

I see it in their eyes
They try hard to disguise themselves
From what they really are

I've paid the price of a thousand debts
I bled myself until there's nothing left
I'm so sick of that
I'm so sick of that

Let's put out the fire
And lift the weight to set us free
I'm so tired
Of living in this misery
All these feelings we are hiding will fuel our desire
This is our chance so make the choice
Raise your voice and let's put out the fire

I look back and see everything we've become
And I understand all the damage done
I'm so sick of that
I'm so sick of that

We can't be fooled again
We must learn how to defend ourselves
From this machine

I won't be encouraged to give up my soul
And be pulled so far down inside this hole
I'm so sick of that
I'm so sick of that

Let's put out the fire
And lift the weight to set us free
I'm so tired
Of living in this misery
All these feelings we are hiding will fuel our desire
This is our chance so make the choice
Raise your voice and let's put out the fire

Raise your voice

Let's put out the fire
And lift the weight to set us free
I'm so tired
Of living in this misery
All these feelings we are hiding will fuel our desire
This is our chance so make the choice
Raise your voice and let's put out the fire


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