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Lonely Kids In Dead End Homes by Judges

Released on Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
More lyrics from Lonely Kids In Dead End HomesEmpty Childhood, Wandering Nights, That Liquor, Presidential Affairs, Fleeting Thoughts, Portraits Of A Prison Town, It Rained Without Ceasing, Cluttered Minds, Hidden Stares,

Billboard Evangelism Lyrics (by Judges)

I know that I am young, I know you might not believe, but I know what I see, and what I see is a lack of a life worth living, a lack of selfless giving. A lack of anyone real, and a Middle Class America with the world under its heels. I see young men dying for a nation’s pride. Starving children in our streets to whom we pay no mind, who we just pass by without a second glance or a lending hand. And as I stand wondering where I fit into all of this, I feel alone, and it’s sickening, it sickens me. Because every time I close my eyes, I see it in my mind. It festers and grows into something that I can no longer stand. For the rest of my days, I will scream in disgrace, that we are no greater than the dirt that we will call our home.

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