Hi Buddy is it true ?
Let me check this out for you
Gameshow heroes, storytellers
Parttime lovers and old time fellas
Kind of dazzled, travelling mind,
Relationship of a frozen kind ?
Lying heroes, perfect fake
Have you ever kissed a snake ?

Are you real ?

TV Weddings, truth for sale,
Media death. Did you inhale ?
Be extreme, show no fear
And don't ask questions, sign up here !
Million dollar college heroes selling the drama in a P.C. dress
And then they let us drown in superficial emptiness.

Are You real?

Sleep with buddha, money flow,
Today everything must go,
Kiss the cross for special kicks,
Dial 1-800-6-6-6.

Are You real?






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Are You Real Lyrics as written by Thorsten Wingenfelder

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