I was a teacher, I was happy in my job
Educating youngsters was all I cared about
Then the men of hate reduced our school to ruin
Now half the kids are dead and the rest are on the run

Don't call me anything,
I didn't want to leave my home, friends or family
Don't call me anything,
This is all I have now can't you see
Don't call me anything,
You're just like me
You're just like me, you're just like me, you're just like me
You're just like me, you're just like me, oh can't you see

I was a doctor, I was happy in my job
Looking after sick folk was all I cared about
Then the men of hate raised our city to the ground
The mass of dead and dying was more than I could stand

Chorus

You're just like me, you're just like me, you're just like me
You're just like me, you're just like me, oh can't you see

I was a musician, I was happy in my job
Folk would come and listen it was all I cared about
Now the men of hate they say that music it is evil
Now I can't live on but hope my music always will

Chorus


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