Chorus:
Without a trace
It's the end of the human race.
And everything we know is gone I'm surprised we lasted so long.
Without a trace
We'll get a taste.
Of what we deserve.

Verse 1:
Our freedoms have gone into hiding,
Afraid of being destroyed one by one (1 by 1)!
Integrities are right behind them,
pretty soon they'll bothe be gone (they'll be gone)!

Chorus:
Without a trace
It's the end of the human race.
And everything we know is gone I'm surprised we lasted so long.
Without a trace
We'll get a taste.
Of what we deserve.

Bridge:
Living In Fear of our own freedoms.
They Take Our Rights!
Bills being past but left unread.
Left unread!
Truths being known but left unsaid.
Left unsaid!
Liberty gasps for her last breath.
Fear stricken strangled to her death.
Fear driven we lay ourselves to rest.

Chorus:
Without a trace
It's the end of the human race.
And everything we know is gone I'm surprised we lasted so long.
Without a trace
We'll get a taste.
Of what we deserve.



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