Three million and one new shades of grey
And the earth will spin and the clouds, and the clouds will fade
An open glass of milk in the midday sun
The kids on the street and dad has got his... got his gun

Nothing good as pride and red white, and blue
W.A.S.P. and nothing less to speak to
He wants to cull and prune this new crude pack
And wherever they’re from he wants to send them... send them back

Hold onto pride inside of you
Convey a peace in servitude
We have been holding out so long
But your pulse has grown so faint
A life choice that was not what it seemed
How warfare was cruel and so obscene
A witness of acts to scare your sleep
When it’s not your fault

Four seasons, the only reason
Viet vet is so ashamed
Four seasons, the only reason
Memories they have to fade

Four seasons, the only reason
Viet vet is so ashamed
Four seasons, the only reason
Memories they have to fade


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    General CommentThis song is about a Viet vet who wants to keep Australia W.A.S.P. and not like the enemy in and how he hasn't really dealt with the things he saw in the war and how his thoughts about the war scare him
    middavon August 22, 2002   Link
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    General Commentwow, how did u find that out..?
    my favourite lyric in this song is "The kids on the street and dad has got his... got his gun" - its such a spin on society
    pinkribbonscars1979on April 15, 2005   Link

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