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Lunch Always At Noon
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Pop - Pop Rock
Previous peak charts position #395
Previous peak charts position in subgenre #94
Michael Sanders
2007 Strike Four
March 18, 2008
MP3 2.1 MB
128 kbps bitrate
2:19 minutes
Story behind the song
A poke at songs that are overly political.
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Every morn I sit and stare At pictures from long ago Of battle hardened soldiers Who's pain no one could know Of Kings who rose and fought and ruled Only to lose their head Of men with looks in their eyes That wished that they were dead Our history, it seems to miss The flowers in the fields The waterfalls that show the sun Like blazing crested shields Of life and love and liberty Our textbooks never tell Only that which says this life Is just a living hell But We'll be coming to our senses soon We'll have supper evening time And lunch always at noon And every meal we'll give a shout And raise our glasses high And kiss our dreary troubles goodbye And now we watch the time It marches on an upward scale Never beaten by the stone Or wavered by the gale The mother spanks the children And the father makes the meals And no one seems to care How the dying grandpa feels The world is full of banners That are tattered by the wind Every nation uses every dime that it can spend To keep them waving higher than Their neighbors ever could A future forged with iron That is based on rotting wood But we'll be coming to our senses soon We'll have supper evening time And lunch always at noon And every meal we'll give a shout And raise our glasses high And kiss our dreary troubles goodbye
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