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We were once truly caring
At times even daring
Eyes among billions of flies
Now weíre no more than a memory

Living in our little lies
Lost with our hallow cries
In cesspools filled with fools
And where mindless gossip rules each day

Before you crash and burn
And take your turn
Thereís always something, something
Left to learn, oh left to learn
Before you get to that point
That point of no return
Where you no longer yearn
Stand firm before you crash and burn
And all, all will take a good turn, turn

Now just anyone one will do
They donít need to be true
In a mental maze filled haze
And unsung doubtís carry a false tongue

Ablaze our mind keeps feeding
With our eyes now bleeding
All wild where our thoughts run wild
Reaching back painting the windows black

Before you crash and burn
And take your turn
Thereís always something, something
Left to learn, oh left to learn
Before you get to that point
That point of no return
Where you no longer yearn
Just stand firm before you crash and burn
And all, all will take a good turn, good turn

Before you crash and burn
And take your turn
Before you crash and burn
And take your turn
Just stand firm before you crash and burn
And all, all will take a good turn, a good turn


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