Signed myself out today
Sent a letter far away
Said baby I'll be good someday
Gonna try again tomorrow
Try again tomorrow
I couldn't take that sterile place
In those rooms I lost my face
And in the end they couldn't sell me grace
And they can't sell me tomorrow
Can't sell me tomorrow
We can be strong...
Now I'm back on mamma's couch
Plenty of time to think about
All of the kids that went the college route
Chasing their tomorrows
Chasing their tomorrows
One by one my friends dropped out
Now I've got brothers to share my doubts
On what this business is all really about
Waiting on tomorrow
Waiting on tomorrow
We can be strong...
Signed myself out today
Sent a letter far away
Said baby come home today
I'm here and its tomorrow
I'm home and its tomorrow
We can be strong...


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We Can Be Strong Lyrics as written by Willy Mason

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    General CommentHes not a a search at all..

    Willy has found what he wanted. He doesnt want to go to college because it will pospone his true ambition, music. By losing his face he feels as though all of the teachings are being imposed on him.
    What the business is about is the truth being denied by teachers, and making us just another slave to the system. Hes seen whats offered, been pressured into college, and is finally thinking for himself. After all people that go to college arn't able to educate themselves without assistance.

    just my view
    stonedouton June 21, 2007   Link

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