Age Of Reason

Album: 13 (2013)
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  • Do you hear the thunder
    Raging in the sky?
    Premonition of a
    Shattered world that's gonna die

    In the Age of Reason
    how do we survive?
    The protocols of evil
    Ravaging so many lives?
    So many lives
    So many lives

    Mystifying silence
    Talking Peace on Earth
    We should judge each other
    For ourselves not what we're worth

    Sustainable extinction
    A fractured human race
    A jaded revolution
    Disappears without a trace
    without a trace
    without a trace
    Alrigth yeah

    Always felt that there'd be trouble
    Mass distraction hides the truth
    Prozac days and sleepless hours
    Seeds of change that don't bear fruit

    oh yeah,
    these time are heavy
    And you're all alone
    The battle's over
    But the war goes on

    Politics, religion
    Love of money too
    It's what the world was built for
    But not for me and you, oh yeah Writer/s: JOHN OSBOURNE, TERRENCE BUTLER, TONY IOMMI
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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