"Old Atlantis" as written by and David Lachlan Thrussell....
I've no desire for second helpings
I've no interest in capital gain
My portfolio has always been empty
So lets burn it all down again

I've no time for all the bean counters
All the bureaucrats should be slain
That why I say to you
Lets burn it all down again

In old Atlantis
The fire finally came
Toppling their towers
And ruining their games

Lets see some storms
Id like to see some rain
Or better still
Lets burn it all down again

I've no patience for credit ratings
I get no joy from the stock exchange
That why I say, fellow slaves
Lets burn it all down again

In old Atlantis
The fire finally came
Toppling their towers
And ruining their games

Lets see some storms
Id like to see some rain
Or better still
Lets burn it all down again

That's right honeychild... you and me
Together... lets burn it all down... again


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"Old Atlantis" as written by David Lachlan Thrussell

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