O.A.R. (OF A REVOLUTION) lyrics - The Wanderer

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now peter sat on the mountain top northern wind blowing through his hair now peter never took the time to stop he just stood out there and stared i said but peter didn't care about the air down there he was looking right at the sun well the sun said son don't you come around here and peter then began to run hey now peter he never cried too much he just looked out toward the west he was dreaming of a land that was way over there and dreaming of what comes next but peter didn't care about the air down there he was looking right out at the sun and the sun said son come around here and peter started to run he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day well, hey-oh now peter started walking down the mountain just runnin out toward the west it was slippery like the water from a fountain and peter thought that was best cause he slid down there to the town over there And the people just started to cry And peter didn't care about the air And peter was never shy he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day he sang out loud to a unified crowd singing something about he thought he was but the crowd didn't care about the air up there and peter wasn't nothing but nothing peter didn't care, he just looked over there and the crowd was smiling back he was singing at his heart and praying to his soul that they would ask him back he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day well, hey-oh now peter was looking around to the back mountain slipped from under his feet he didn't really care about the air down there he looked right at the sun the sun said son don't you come around here so peter then began to run he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day he said la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day la-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-dan-day

Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues

BOB DYLAN "Bootleg Series, Vols. 1-3: Rare Unreleased, 1961-1991"
Well, I was feelin' sad and feelin' blue, I didn't know what in the world I was gonna do, Them Communists they wus comin' around, They wus in the air, They wus on the ground. They wouldn't gimme no peace. . . So I run down most hurriedly And joined up with the John Birch Society, I got me a secret membership card And started off a-walkin' down the road. Yee-hoo, I'm a real John Bircher now! Look out you Commies! Now we all agree with Hitlers' views, Although he killed six million Jews. It don't matter too much that he was a Fascist, At least you can't say he was a Communist! That's to say like if you got a cold you take a shot of malaria. Well, I wus lookin' everywhere for them gol-darned Reds. I got up in the mornin' 'n' looked under my bed, Looked in the sink, behind the door, Looked in the glove compartment of my car. Couldn't find 'em . . . I wus lookin' high an' low for them Reds everywhere, I wus lookin' in the sink an' underneath the chair. I looked way up my chimney hole, I even looked deep inside my toilet bowl. They got away . . . Well, I wus sittin' home alone an' started to sweat, Figured they wus in my T.V. set. Peeked behind the picture frame, Got a shock from my feet, hittin' right up in the brain. Them Reds caused it! I know they did . . . them hard-core ones. Well, I quit my job so I could work alone, Then I changed my name to Sherlock Holmes. Followed some clues from my detective bag And discovered they wus red stripes on the American flag! That ol' Betty Ross . . . Well, I investigated all the books in the library, Ninety percent of 'em gotta be burned away. I investigated all the people that I knowed, Ninety-eight percent of them gotta go. The other two percent are fellow Birchers . . . just like me. Now Eisenhower, he's a Russian spy, Lincoln, Jefferson and that Roosevelt guy. To my knowledge there's just one man That's really a true American: George Lincoln Rockwell. I know for a fact he hates Commies cus he picketed the movie Exodus. Well, I fin'ly started thinkin' straight When I run outa things to investigate. Couldn't imagine doin' anything else, So now I'm sittin' home investigatin' myself! Hope I don't find out anything . . . hmm, great God!

Balanced On A Shelf

ALKALINE TRIO "Broken Wing"
A somewhat inviting, very different of kind of hell. To live, without ever looking at yourself. You see life is so much simpler when it's balanced on a shelf. That's been unperfectly placed there in the sun. Now look at how your admired by everyone, Who sees you. Now they know your name. But is it real? All your bad habits have become your life's appeal And then it's where did you go wrong, Where did you go wrong? When you're screaming where did you go wrong, Where did you go wrong? Well first of all, and worst of all. You looked inside yourself, didn't care much for what you saw, For what you saw, Can you imagine, Did you ever play with dolls? You can protect your cotton heartbeat on the skin of porcelain walls. You keep staring to your future through these marble eyes they show, Everything I'm never ever gonna have, That's a giant pill, But swallow if you can. You'll start again, You'll change your name and be reborn And give in to all that has been torn. And then it's where did you go wrong, Where did you go wrong? When you're screaming where did you go wrong, Where did you go wrong? Well first of all, and worst of all. You looked inside yourself, didn't care much for what you saw, For what you saw

Catoon Network

KJ-52
ooh ahh push em high now i was just walking through cartoon land when all of a sudden i ran into sponge bob square pants he was chilling with the power puff girls and spiderman driving down sesame street with scooby doo in a mini van he was rocking to the beat driving as fast as they can they almost ran over ren and stimpy and he man i yelled at them slow down but they didn't understand they said they heading over to a free hip hop jam over in the park let me catch a ride then i got in picked up bart simpson kept driving got to the spot and the party was live and at the open mic contest bevis and butthead was rhyming i was like them kids is wack give me just a try and waited patiently till it was just my time and i told the crowd make noise get ya hands high and this is what i said when i grabbed on the mic i told em... chorus said to the crowd 'my name's KJ-52' and i came to get down i got something to say to you understand what i mean even if you're a cartoon jesus reigns supreme that's how my team comes through and then all of a sudden these wannabe hard dudes from south park walk up just talking smack too and the smurfs backed them up i guess they was just a crew and said let's battle fool i said check it out duke your five inch tall plus ya crew is all blue i'd probably step on ya'll if i just bettled you they said la la la la.... that's all you ever say dude just right then just the crowd started to boo them right off the stage but i knew just what to do i told d.j. voltron just on the ones and two's man kick the beat check it out this is how im rocking your chorus well the crowd started cheering the party was slamming the thundercats and pokemon they was break dancing the transformers hopped in and started pop locking with g.i. joe and johnny bravo chilling and just watching i just stayed on the mic and kept the speakers knocking letting them know that christ was the reason that i'm dropping i could go on all night and jsut keep on talking but just right then power rangers started walking up on the stage and said i won the open mic and as i reached to get my trophy and just claim my prize and well out of nowhere well this is what happened chorus

May

JAMES DURBIN "Memories Of A Beautiful Disaster"
Now, May and I were two children just swimming in a pool We'd ride on rockets, swing-sets and we tried to touch the moon And I will never forget the first time she touched my hand I knew this could be the one who would make me an honest man She was like the way she was She was like the way she was Now, we got older faster than we ever could have seen Lights went down on graduation then on a wedding ring We bought our first house and had a baby on the way But during birth, I got my daughter Jesus took away my May And I didn't know how to say what I felt No, I didn't know how to say what it felt like She was just like she was When you looked into her eyes you'd come undone She was just like she was She could love you on your worst day And didn't care about the mistakes She was like she was Now, baby girls love daddy most But they need a mother's care I tried my best to raise her right I just couldn't braid her hair One day she got old enough to have her wedding day But as I walked her down the aisle All I could see was my May And I didn't know how to say what I felt No, I didn't know how to say what it felt like She was just like she was When you looked into her eyes you'd see the sun She was just like she was She could love you on your worst day And didn't care about the mistakes She was like she was But May, I hope you can see what I see 'Cause when they talk about our baby girl they think of you And they say to me She's just like she was When I looked into her eyes I'd see the sun She was just like she was She could love you on your worst day And doesn't care about the mistakes She was like she was She was just like she was When I looked into her eyes I'd come undone She was just like she was And I cannot feel my heart beat Without the thought of her inside me She was like she was

I Hear And Obey

Arcwelder "Xerxes"
(music arcwelder/words w. graber s. macdonald) It's not Bill And it's not Scott It's not Brian And it's not Rob I don't know where to begin... Begin where it's simple Begin at the end Begin with all you can't defend Begin at the end... And disappointment bring the least Well this is less the you conceived It ends with the first Before the beginning And after the end It can't be funny It didn't bend I didn't want this at all... at all... at all. A blindered horse A wind up toy I'm on auto pilot I am a cog in the machine Am I a mindless drone Or heartless sap Now matter how you slice it I am a cog in the machine They say to stay in school then get a job But mainstream society doesn't care if your happy I play the fool go with the mob Corporate America doesn't care if I'm happy Settle down And play along Die unfulfilled Just like anybody else And well now damn it now I live a lie Write it down I'm not like everybody else Today I march along I follow blindly I do what they tell me I hear and obey I sing my song I treat 'em kindly You are my master I hear and obey I didn't want it... It's all the same No face no name I didn't want it... It's all the same Big town small game I didn't want it... It's all the same No risk no gain I didn't want it... It's all the same Big weight small frame

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