Treasure Island

Dexsta Ray


Deeper Satisfaction


A deeper satisfaction
Promote the peace and lower the taxes
Proletarians needing work
Are conservatives slacking?
And it's sad because we all deserve to vote
But if you've been to jail
Unfortunately you're a ghost
Even if it wasn't long
The status quo needs improvement
People need more than just a dream
We need a movement
And yes money does control the world but doesn't rule it
Some people in power can make a change but they abuse it
Now we've been entombed in a catacomb of debt
Now that money's a problem
The working class is needing help
Trying to play the hand we're dealt
But the oxygen is low
How we worry ourselves
These are the times we feel the closest

Submitted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, July 08, 2014

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