"Thirty Pieces" as written by and Edwin Cole Mc Cain....
Thirty Pieces of silver screen
Deep inside our souls
How did we betray our imagination
Watching our futures unfold

Without a whisper for fear of intrusion
We have to see how this part ends
Time out for commercials
Time out to be good friends

But our generation's angry
We're so scared that we can't see
The answer right inside of us
If we can find the place in our hearts

Where we're all free
Does it see that time works against us
Or does it just march on and on and on
Sometimes it drives me crazy

Proving Nostradamus wrong, so wrong
But we still have secret silos with buttons,
Codes and keys
We can avert this awful disaster

If we find the place in our hearts
Where we're all free
And what a tall order
Far be it for me to say

Maybe I'll try a little harder
Starting here today
Or just throw in the towel
Lay down five up the ghost

And join all the cynics
Luckier than most
Maybe I'll check out with a bullet
Would you think less of me

Or would it frighten you enough
Would it rattle you enough
Would it frighten you enough to...
Find the place in our hearts

Where we're all free

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"Thirty Pieces" as written by Edwin Cole Mc Cain

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