Zearle:Where Are My Comrades?

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Where Are My Comrades?
Artist: Zearle
Album: Class War



Where are my comrades in this struggle? Where are my comrades in this struggle?

[Verse 1]
All my dreams are filled with greed of these things I'll never need
And these people I'll never meet, I'm steady trying to ground myself on these two feet
I guess I'm more than a wolf than a sheep, I tend to give rather than deplete
How much more will these corrupt leaders burn? Our money driven lies and deceit?
How much more will these pigs spend on making us buying our desires?
how much more will these devils spend protecting the lies and fueling the fire?
I'm walking the wire, I'll stand on the soap box and call George Bush a liar
This is about economic domination and oil price manipulation
If our future is in God's hands, it's time we snatch it back, understand?

Where are my comrades in this struggle? Where are my comrades in this struggle?

[Verse 2]
Bush is steady trying to build a coalition and he's usual lap dogs ain't jumping to attention
Australia, the EU and Britain, the people are saying "We Don't Want A War!"
And ain't no one listening, who's really getting screwed but the poor?
All over the world, we march, chanting in the streets
from the shallow to the deep, fighting for those with nada to eat
Who can trust Nun's, Leaders or Priests? Strange to have it so good when food is so sparse,
when so many have at least united against this farce, we want change and we want peace
Protected from this wreckage, fighting the system with my dialectics
I'll follow no carrot, you lead on a stick, I'll kill no brown man for you war mongering pricks
When the people are ignored and the Government goes to war
The Revolution is real politic, the Revolution is real politic

Where are my comrades in this struggle? Where are my comrades in this struggle?
Where are my comrades in this struggle? Where are my comrades in this struggle?
Where are my comrades in this struggle?