"The Human Race" as written by Gavin Brown, Neil Sanderson, Barry James Stock, Brad Walst and Matthew Jean Paul Walst....
I don't belong here
Not in this atmosphere
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye
I don't belong here
Not in this atmosphere
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye

Started with a kick and a punch
A claw to the face
And I was in the race
I was in the race
Yeah
yeah

You know it's hard sometimes
Being humankind
Keeping up with the pace
Keeping up with the pace
Yeah
yeah

I'm sick of running
Sick of running
Sick of running
The human race
The human race

If it's an eye for an eye
Then we all go blind
Is it hard to see?
Is it hard to see?
Yeah
yeah

So far behind
No finish line
It can happen to you
It can happen to me
Yeah

I don't belong here
Not in this atmosphere
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye
I don't belong here
Not in this atmosphere
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye

Started with a kick and a punch
A claw to the face
And I was in the race
I was in the race
Yeah

The human race
I'm sick of running
Sick of running
Sick of running
The human race
The human race

I don't belong here
Not in this atmosphere
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye

I don't belong here
Not in this atmosphere
I don't belong here
Not in this atmosphere
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye


Lyrics submitted by Jirachibi

"Human Race" as written by Brad Walst Neil Sanderson

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    My InterpretationA prelude to suicide. The person believes himself to be too good for the human race and is considering ending it all.
    bijoson July 22, 2016   Link

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