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The cutting edge of metal in the new millenium

The Government Mold
(G. Swart)

- Our retort to the world, government and the public's attempt to satisfy us with what we have and to mold all people into identical clones of the "ideal citizen".

Verse 1
Once there was a need to be let free,
Now times have changed and increased our needs.
Lazy faces satisfy the core
Call of power, which always screams more.

Bridge 1
Why do you never feel my force
When I do spread it across this place?
When will you ever feel remorse
From the losing of this race?

Chorus
You call to power, and I'm your man
And my defenses are like stone.
I've sailed the seas of Acrolan
All the way to this world,
World of Government Mold.

Verse 2
Once there was a way to soothe your greed.
Now times have changed and increased our needs.
Lavish days are always in the past.
Endless maze into which I've been cast.

Bridge 2
If I ever learn to dominate,
My will will come to overpower.
But if we decide that it's too late,
Our piece of mind will be devoured.

Second chorus
You call to power and I'm your man
And I decree that this won't hold.
I'm standing tall, now I command!
Clear the way to this world
World of government mold.

Solo

Repeat First Chorus

Third Chorus
You call to power and I'm your man
And my defenses are like stone.
I'm showing all my brand new brand.
Clear the way to this world
This world of the government mold.


 

 

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