999 Stoney
the sun comes up on my side of the street and nothings really changes why do you constantly complain about the homeless people wandering the streets? no they don't seem to mind hell no i haven't got a dime for you chorus: things seem so different when you've got your rose colored glasses on (x2) and then i never have to wake up to face up to try to make a difference (x2) the moral preachers try to preach to me blinded by my naievete and i should practice what they say moral conviction is all we need today and no one tells me what to do i haven't got the time for you (chorus) the politician party lines are drawn the rich man is the candidate he says that he relates to you a new beginning a new day starts to dawn and nothing matters in my life i'm blinded to the peoples' strife (chorus)

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    General CommentSeriously, NO COMMENT???
    I love this song. The lead guitarist became my vice principal in grammar school. In 8th grade, the school rock band played this, and I played drums. It's about the way we look at the world. If we look through rose colored glasses, we will let the system fuck us all in the ass.
    KevKilroyon March 02, 2014   Link

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