Sabah oldu iþte
Herkes baþlar yeni güne
Bense devam yenilmeye
Ayný çarký döndürmeye
Katettiðin yollarýmý
Tükettiðim yýllarýmý
Sitemlerin yanlýþ hedef
Bulur bulmaz belli olmaz
Bu insanlar neye yarar
Ne düþünür ne hatýrlar
Ne görürüler ne duyarlar
Birbirlerini aðýrlarlar
Her þey üstte olup biter
Biz kuklalar onu izler
Paralarýn neye yarar
Sana ait yok bir karar
Beni dinle aç gözünü
Soru sorma tut sözünü
Derler sana hiç þaþýrma
Yok bu iþin bir çözümü
Oyuncular deðiþir mi
Ayný olan kurallarýn
Karman çorman çizgileri
Birgün olsun düzelir mi
Akþam sabah demez oldu
Uykusuzluk beni buldu
Ýnsan insanýn kurdu
Dost yine düþman oldu
En alttaki derler bana
Tehlikeli ve suçluyum
Kaybedenlerin safýnda
Her yaþta sonuncuyum

Anla anla
Bir tek sevdan kaldý bana
Bu fani dünyada

Doðmayý ben seçmedim
Ölmek senin elinde
Yaþamaksa senin tercihin
Kalýp hazýr gir içine
Sýnav sýnav içinde
Düþündüm aklým kaldý
Yoksulun geçiminde
Gözlerim körmüþ
Iþýklar sönmüþ
Sevgim elimden düþmüþ
Kýrýlmýþ binbir olmuþ
Kim kime dum duma
Bu þehrin göbeðinde
Neredeyse ölecektim
Bombalarýn içinde
Duvar duvar arasýnda
Gözlerinin karasýnda
Yalnýzlýklar ülkesinde
Sevda bunun neresinde
Saðým deri solum kemik
Her tarafým polemik
Telemik, volemik
Yani televolelik
Sokaklarda yürüyemem
Yürüyüþ var bilirim
Ýþçi memur çok mu haksýz
Kafamda joplar yerim

Anla anla
Bir tek sevdan kaldý bana
Bu fani dünyada

Trafiktir gidiyor
Nasýl yaþanýr bilmem
Güneþi hiç gördün mü sen
Her tarafým gökdelen
Gözlerim körmüþ
Iþýklar sönmüþ
Sevgim elimden düþmüþ
Kýrýlmýþ binbir olmuþ
Sýnýr çektin sýnýr bozdun
Tarihini böyle yazdýn
Þimdi artýk yok bir merkez
Gördün buna þaþýp kaldýn
Þiddet amaç yok bir çýkýþ
Bu dik yamaca hepsi düþüþ
Kalmaz artýk bir varoluþ
Olan olmuþ biten bitmiþ
Kýyafetin bozuksa
Kapýndan giremezsin
Saç sakal hepsi karýþmýþsa
Kafana sopa yersin
Akþam sabah demez oldu
Uykusuzluk beni buldu
Ýnsan insanýn kurdu
Dost yine düþman oldu
En alttaki derler sana
Tehlikeli ve suçluyum
Kaydedenlerin safýnda
Her yaþta sonuncuyum

Anla anla
Bir tek sevdan kaldý bana
Bu fani dünyada


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