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Fence

Blackfire
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[2002]
Album: Beyond Warped [2005]
Beyond Warped
Stand!

A fence divides a people
A people divide themselves
Trying not to lose hope
When you've lost everything else
A fence divides a people
Changing a way of life
I can't understand
I can't seem to justify

Why someone would build a fence
Tell me to choose a side
Take away my freedom
And expect me not to fight

Trying to stop what you haven't started
You're sleeping for someone else's dream
Trying to find the truth
It gets too hard to believe
A house cannot stand
When its people are on their knees
It's no way to live
It's no way to be free !

Why someone would build a fence
Tell me to choose a side
Take away my freedom
And expect me Not to fight

I say "Stand,
Don't walk away
It's just another way
To keep us fighting amongst ourselves
The only thing holding up a wall !
Are the people who don't tear it down

Why someone would build a fence
Tell me to choose a side
Take away my freedom
And expect me not to fight
[x2]

They are fencing in the horizons
We'll still be here tomorrow
But when you've lost your dreams
Your freedom will follow
A fence divides a people
A people divide themselves
The only thing holding up a wall
Are the people who don't tear it down !

Why someone would build a fence
Tell me to choose a side
Take away my freedom
And expect me not to fight !

Yeah, a fence divides a people
A people divide themselves
Trying not to lose hope
When you've lost everything else
A fence divides a people
Changing a way of life
I can't understand
I can't seem to justify

Why someone would build a fence
Tell me to choose a side
Take away my freedom
And expect me not to fight !

Stand,
I say "Stand
Don't walk away
'cause tomorrow is another day..

Contributed by giorgio - 2012/3/25 - 10:35



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