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Government Assisted Suicide
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A collab with Bobby Dodd 'Desolate Soul' - Lyrics, Mike Fink 'Wired Ascention - Musical Track' and Myself - Vox work & backing organ and piano.
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Rock - Progressive Rock
Previous peak charts position #369
Previous peak charts position in subgenre #47
Tarnecky/Dodd/Wired Ascenion
2007
September 02, 2007
MP3 3.9 MB
128 kbps bitrate
4:16 minutes
Story behind the song
Just a nice collaboration of indie artists with a political bend.
Lyrics
An unforgiving sun rises to break another day, And the shadows dissolve into a sea of decay, As winds whip across the wreckage of cardboard beds, Taunting the faithless souls abandoned to the dead… Prisoners of the street sentenced to life without parole, And the shooting hunger pains of internal bullet holes, Where any sense of dignity is stripped to the bone, As the eyes of wary strangers scream 'leave me alone'… Money for everything but poverty, In the slow motion violence Of government assisted suicide Bundles of rags fight for scraps with neighbourhood strays, In a survival of the fittest for any leftover buffets, Where emptiness fills the void for the weak and slight, Washed out in the sad, sad glow of neon candlelight… Money for everything but poverty, In the slow motion violence Of government assisted suicide, government assisted suicide nobody cares if nobody cries, When you're down to zero, In the slow motion violence, It's a world of empty promises and sunken dreams, Full of burned out lives already apart at the seams, Where freedom is lost in the crush of images and sounds, While another lonely sunset waits to be shot down Money for everything but poverty, In the slow motion violence nobody cares if nobody cries, When you're down to zero, In the slow motion violence,
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