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Peace is what they tell me
Love am I unholy
Lies are what they tell me
Despise you that control me
The peace is dead in my soul
I have blamed the reason for
my intentions poor
Yes I'm the one who
the only one who
Would carry on this far
Torn, I'm filthy
Born in my own misery
Stole all that you gave me
Control you claim you save me

Hang me watch awhile
Let me see you smile as I die
Take me as my body burns
Let me see you yearn while I cry
One step on your own and you walk all over me
One head in the clouds you won't let go your to proud
One light to the blind and they see
One touch on the head we believe
Adore me as I drift away let me hear you say I'm fine
You cry as my body dies all that you despised is gone away

My Own Prison
A court is in session A verdict is in
No appeal on the docket today, just my own sin
The walls are cold and pale the cage made of steel
Screams fill the room alone I drop and kneel
Silence now the sound my breath the only motion around
Demons cluttering around my face showing no emotion
Shackled by my sentence expecting no return
Here there is no penance my skin begins to burn
So I held my head up high hiding hate that burns inside which
only fuels there selfish pride
We're all held captive out from the sun
A sun that shines on only some
We the meek are all in one
I hear a thunder in the distance see a vision of a cross
I feel the pain that was given on that sad day of loss
A lion roars in the darkness only he holds the key
A light to free me from my burden and grant me life eternally
Should have been dead on a Sunday morning banging my head no time for
mourning ain't got no time
I cry out to God seeking only his decision
Gabriel stands and confirms
I've created my own prison

Pity for a Dime
An artificial season covered by summer rain
losing all my reason cause there's nothing left to blame
Shadows paint the sidewalk a living picture in a frame
See the sea of people all their faces look the same
So I sat down for a while forcing a smile
in a state of self denial is it worth while
Sell my pity for a dime, just one dime
Sell my pity for a dime, just one dime
Plain talk can be the easy way
Signs of losing my faith

In America
Only in America we're slaves to be free
Only in America we kill the unborn to make ends meet
Only in America sexuality is democracy
Only in America we stamp our god In God we trust
What is right or wrong
I don't know who to believe in
My soul sings a different song In America
Church bells ringing pass the plate around
The choir is singing as their leader falls to the ground
Please Mr prophet man tell me which way to go
I gave my last dollar, can I still come to your show
I am right and you are wrong
I am right and you are wrong
I am right and you are wrong
No one's right and no one's wrong In America

The sun rises to another day
My constitution keeps changing till it sleeps away
So I lie awake and stare
My mind thinking, just wondering is anybody there
Should I stay or go
Should I sleep or stay awake
Am I really happy or is it all
Just an Illusion
Sitting in my room now
Hiding thoughts, just hoping one day I'll get out
I hear a voice call my name
Breaking trance so silent, so I can stay the same
Wait now many things left unsaid
This life remains the same but I change
I try to force myself in believing
Things are going to get better, But life goes on

I kept up with the prophecy you spoke
I kept up with the message inside
Lost sight of the Irony of twisted faith
Lost sight of my soul and it's void
Think I, Think I'm unforgiven to this world
Think I, Think I'm unforgiven to this world
Think I'm Unforgiven
Took a chance at deceiving myself
To share in the consequence of lies
Childish with my reasoning and pride
Godless to the extent that I died
Step inside the light and see the fear of God burn inside of me
The gold was put to flame to kill to burn to mold it's purity

Caught up in the middle had no choice had no choice
Birthright forgotten so silent, no voice
I see you
You know who
Little girl, little girl
Now realize little girl over looked little girl
Bottled up and empty holding back
At loss your forgotten getting back get back
Expectations of another
Love given to the younger
Broken father, Broken brother
Emptiness feeds the hunger
change change change

What's This Life For?
Hurray for a child that makes it through
If there's any way, because the answer lies in you
Their laid to rest, before they know just what to do
Their souls are lost, because they could never find
What's this life for
I see your soul it's kind of gray
I see your heart, you look away
You see my wrist, I know your pain
I know your purpose on your plane
Don't say a last prayer, because you could never find
What's this life for
But they ain't here anymore
Don't have to settle the score
Cause we all live under the reign of one king

Affirmative may be justified take from one give to another
The goal is to be unified take my hand be my brother
The payment silenced the masses sanctified by oppression
Unity took a back seat sliding further in regression
One oh One the only way is One
I feel angry I feel helpless, want to change the world
I feel violent I feel alone, don't try and change my mind
Society blind by color why hold down one to raise another
Discrimination now on both sides seeds of hate blossom further
The world is heading for mutiny, when all we want is unity
We may rise and fall, but in the end we meet our fate together

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