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NEW ORDER lyrics - Movement

True Faith (The Morning Sun) At The BBC)

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I feel so extraordinary Something's got a hold on me I get this feeling I'm in motion A sudden sense of liberty That's the way that we must pay You got my time and you got my money Now I feel you've started something In a world that's so becoming I used to think that the day would never come I'd see delight in the shade of the morning sun My morning sun is the drug that brings me near To the childhood I lost, replaced by fear I used to think that the day would never come That my life would depend on the morning sun... When I was a very small boy, Very small boys talked to me Now that we've grown up together They're afraid of what they see That's the price that we must pay And the value of destiny comes to nothing I don't notice where we're going I guess there was just no way of knowing I used to think that the day would never come I'd see delight in the shade of the morning sun My morning sun is the drug that brings me near To the childhood I lost, replaced by fear I used to think that the day would never come That my life would depend on the morning sun... I feel so extraordinary Something's got a hold on me I get this feeling I'm in motion A sudden sense of destiny The chances are we've gone too far You took my time and you took my money Now I think you've started something In a world that's just begun I used to think that the day would never come I'd see delight in the shade of the morning sun My morning sun is the drug that brings me near To the childhood I lost, replaced by fear I used to think that the day would never come That my life would depend on the morning sun... I used to think that the day would never come I'd see delight in the shade of the morning sun My morning sun is the drug that brings me near To the childhood I lost, replaced by fear I used to think that the day would never come That my life would depend on the morning sun...

Lady In Black

URIAH HEEP "Salisbury"
She came to me one morning, one lonely Sunday morning, her long hair flowing in the mid-winter wind. I know not how she found me, for in darkness I was walking, and destruction lay around me from a fight I could not win. She asked me name my foe then. I said the need within some men to fight and kill their brothers without thought of men or god. And I begged her give me horses to trample down my enemies, so eager was my passion to devour this waste of life. But she would not think of battle that reduces men to animals, so easy to begin and yet impossible to end. For she the mother of all men had counciled me so wisely that I feared to walk alone again and asked if she would stay. Oh lady lend your hand, I cried, Oh let me rest here at your side. Have faith and trust in me, she said and filled my heart with life. There is no strength in numbers. I've no such misconceptions. But when you need me be assured I won't be far away. Thus having spoke she turned away and though I found no words to say I stood and watched until I saw her black cloak disappear. My labor is no easier, but now I know I'm not alone. I find new heart each time I think upon that windy day. And if one day she comes to you drink deeply from her words so wise. Take courage from her as your prize and say hello for me

Age Of Innocence

IRON MAIDEN "Dance Of Death"
(Murray/Harris) I can't be compromising in my thoughts no more I can't prevent the times my anger fills my heart I can't be sympathizing with a new lost cause I feel I've lost my patience with the world and all And all the politicians and their hollow promises And all the lies, deceit and shame that goes with it The working man pays everything for their mistakes And with his life too if there was to be a war [Chorus:] So we can only get one chance, can we take it? And we only got one life, can't exchange it Can we hold on to what we have, don't replace it The age of innocence is fading like an old dream A life of petty crime gets punished with a holiday The victims' mind are scarred for life most everyday Assailants know just how much further they can go They know the laws are soft, conviction chances low [Chorus] You can't protect yourselves even in your own home For fear of vigilante cries, the victims wipe their eyes So now the criminal they launch right in our face Judical system lets them do it, a disgrace Despondent public worries, where it will all end? We can't protect ourselves, our kids from the crime trend We cannot even warn each other of evil in our midst They have more rights than us, you cannot call that just [Chorus]

Fear Is A Man's Best Friend

John Cale "Fear"
Standing waiting for a man to show Wide eyed one eye fixed on the door This waiting's killing me, it's wearing me down Day in day out, my feet are burning holes in the ground Darkness warmer than a bedroom floor Want someone to hold me close forever more I'm a sleeping dog, but you can't tell When I'm on the prowl you'ld better run like hell You know it makes sense, don't even think about it Life and death are just things you do when you're bored Say fear's a man's best friend You add it up it brings you down Home is living like a man on the run Trails leading nowhere, where to my son? We're already dead, just not yet in the ground Take my helping hand I'll show you around You know it makes sense, don't even think about it Life and death are just things you do when you're bored Say fear's a man's best friend You add it up it brings you down

What I Been Through

LIL' FLIP "Undaground Legend"
(feat. Big T, Lil Ron & Young Redd) [Intro] Hi, this is the Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Today we're interviewing Lil' Flip (what's up man) So Lil' Flip tell me, how long have you been rapping (man I've been rapping ever since)... [Lil' Flip] 1995, I was in junior high I saw a lot of shit, so I was glad to be alive A lot of people died, but a lot of people here And when I turned 15, my vision got clear It's time to be a man, time to make a plan It's cool to make a hundred, but it's best to make a grand My Granny got sick, and then they found cancer We got to pay the doctors, but God got the answer The surgery went good, my Granny doing well My baby on the way so I can't go to jail And to my niggas on the block, stop selling rocks Cause I'ma tell the truth you can't outsmart the cops You see what I did, I only drop hits Chopping up game, y'all chopping up bricks And some niggas snitch, cause they can't take the heat How we gone go buy a system when the system got his beat [Young Redd] Hey, I'm from the home of the Astros, home of the Rockets Born to rap yo, with a microphone in my pocket Always thought I was grown, you couldn't tell me nothing I would talk shit if you tried to tell me something But I regret that, I had some minor setbacks Old people thought my future would be jet black All my years growing up, I thought life was a game You can't make it real far, thinking life is a game Yeah we lost a couple of friends, I almost lost my brother I don't know what would of happened if we lost eachother Everyday is something new, I just take it in stride You only got one life, so enjoy the ride Sometimes I was paid, sometimes I was broke Me and Gray started hustling but my mama didn't know But it's cool, cause now I'm into this music The man gave us a gift and we loving to use it And if you look real close you'll see That you can only be you, and I can be me Cause can't nobody ever live my life but me But you will never see what I see like me huh me [Chorus: Big T - 2x] And you don't know what I've been through So you shouldn't judge me And you don't know what I will and I won't do So you shouldn't judge me [Lil Ron] It's getting harder now I just don't understand Why the people in the world disgrace the black man All that I could say, is pray and let it be Little right and try your best not to end up like me See I was the nigga that slang dope and steal cars Glad I stopped before it led behind bars Heart aches and scars, help me feel my way Understand today I got a decision to make Now do I wanna live right or continue going wrong I'm never at home this music keep a nigga gone But this is what gets me, who are you to judge Cause I'm young and black, people still hold a grudge Just a nudge right now'd push me over the end When I was 14 I lost a very close friend And ever since then my life ain't been the same That's the biggest reason why I had to make a change [Lil' Flip] Never judge a book by it's cover, a man by his wealth And if you already on your feet why don't you help somebody else This what I was taught, so that's what I live by Cause you can't take none of this shit with you when you die So everyday I try, to keep my head high But these bird ass niggas always jump fly Should I take em out the game, naw I'ma use my brain I'ma kill em with kindness, and blow up my name I came from nothing, and now I got a little change A nigga happy now but I went through some pain And everyday it rain, there's gone be some sunshine I never thought I could put my whole life in one rhyme [Chorus - 2x]

Prophecy

Agretator
What are we approaching now? Inhabitants of sarcasm? a better life to come, with putrification as desert, see the growing madness, and you´ll never stop crying, lakes overflowing with tears, laughter banned on earth, emptiness fills my heart, violence an inevitable part, devastation in disguise, pollution, before our eyes, constitutions created to oppress, human rights ignored, one life lost a tragedy, a thousand makes statistics, emotions made unnecessary, only fear remains, morons in power positions, great minds are put in the dark, Disbelieving the scientific prophecy, foreseeing our own fate, the mirror is grinning back at you, reflections of a world in decay, blinding light heatwave and gale, termination made complete, hiroshima still remembers, what the world swiftly forgot, constitutions created to opress, human rights ignored, one life lost a tragedy, a thousand makes statistic, emotions made unnecessary, only fear remains, morons in power positions, great minds are put in the dark, corruption rules our lives, lies cuts like knives, Democrasy, out of time Knowing, it´s the end of the line

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