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It's enough,
it's enough to make you want to bust
My response is
My middle finger
Raised up to the world
I can't take anymore

Settle down, take it easy
Stand witness to your disease
The raping of society
Just like it's fucked me
I believe do unto others
As they've done to you
And if the rest of the world would too
I wouldn't even have to choose
If I should accept you

I am the unknown
Omitted from democracy
I am the unknown
Fuck all this
My response is
My middle finger
Raised up to the world
I can't take anymore

The more I want, the less they
The less they feel immune
To feeling for the lives they've ruined
I'm just a number
Fruits of the country are right in front of me
To be part of it you pay a fee
And still they just ignore me
Unless I don’t pay up

I am the unknown
Omitted from democracy
I am the unknown
Fuck all this now

Witness a side of me
Witness society
That seems to make you suffer
Witness a side of me
Witness society
That seems to make you suffer
yes sir

I always wanted to belong
To fit in I won't talk too loud
Or feel too proud ‘cuz
I always wanted to belong....
Can't you see I always aim to please!
Somehow end up down upon my knees?
Can't we be the same?
Can't we be the same?
Tell me who's to blame
Tell me who's to blame

My response is
My middle finger
Raised up to the world
I can't take anymore

I am the unknown
Omitted from democracy
I am the unknown
Fuck all this now

Witness a side of me
Witness society
That seems to make you suffer


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death, edited by ImCrazyUr2

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    General CommentThis is such an incredible continuation of Blue Collar Solitude. The working mans hell. No matter what he does he's still nothing in such a capitalist society. Kilgore/kilgore smudge were so fucking awesome.
    adamizeron March 31, 2003   Link

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