jayne harris

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differant faces


DIFFERANT FACES

ohh im gonna start this song (SONG)
by saying theres something wrong (WRONG)
with this world and the human race(RACES)
they want think twice to gun to ur face (FACES)
face up to it oh mankinds changing (CHANGING)
this sociertyneeds rearranging (ARRANGING) RANGIN

differant faces commiting crime
it just keeps going on all the time
terrorism arson bombing places
you never who there all differant faces (facesfa fa faces faces

i wish i had the power to stop (STOP)
women and children getting shot (SHOT)
stop this madness from from coming on top (TOP)
they would take your eye out make you look like a cyclops(CYCLOPS CY CY CY CYCLOPS

differant faces commiting crime
it just keeps going on all the time
terrorism arson bombing places
you never who there all differant faces (facesfa fa faces faces

ive lost my faith in the human race(RACE)
nobody cares thats just the case (CASE)
you give an inch they, ll take a mile(MILE)
coz they dont give a damb its just there style


differant faces commiting crime
it just keeps going on all the time
terrorism arson bombing places
you never who there all differant faces

Submitted: Saturday, June 09, 2012
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