Everyone seems different today
Cause nothing really matters anyway
Attitude adjustment
Always in perfection
When you got the sunshine everyday
Politicians say
You hear every word I say
But you read the papers any way
The times they are still changing every day

Is it enough to knock you off your feet
Feeling like a soldier 8 days a week
But your always lying
You're crying all the time

You hear every word I say
But you read the papers any way
Commencing countdown...5,4,3,2,1

You hear every word I say
But you read the papers any way..
The times they are still changing every day

So come on lets streak some more
Just like in 1964

Try to grab it away
I'll still be right here
Right here by your side

International
(repeat, along with some other lines going on in the background,
one of which is "International eyes are wide awake")


Lyrics submitted by WishingOfHer

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    General Commentso come on lets streak some more...just like in 1964
    heh. that's great.

    in my opinion, this song's about being upset or debating over something. (war...?) something that the public can debate about a lot, considering the newspaper references.
    towards the end he's saying that no matter which side you're on he'll be with whoever is making the choice.

    somebody else comment.
    RebelPancakeon March 25, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI'm pretty sure it says: come on let's get some more...not let's streak some more. I'm not sure what this song is about. The controversial Gulf of Tonkin Incident took place in 1964 and escalated the Vietnam War.
    daredevil1on November 11, 2009   Link

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