Here we sit all alone in an outnumbered fight Led to decipher between wrong and right And some may fail at this joke that some of Us call life
Yes at this game some call life But the system can't bail me out of hell I've made this descovery and it has helped All I've got is myself I have faith in that
Believe and one day you'll do just as well now As you were you little puppet you pauper you Freak that's right That's what some of them have said to me
So I object and try to figure things out for myself I'm building up full emotional wealth
The inner strength is what the hate it wants Us not to feel It's time that we helped there's no room to fail You already know the way out of hell
All we got is ourselves I have faith in that Believe and one day We'll put the system in jail, we'll put the system in jail I made it through scraped black and blue
But so can you I made it through so black and blue But you can too I made it through scraped Black and blue But so can you I've made it through We'll all make it through
Writer/s: CHRIS VOLZ, CHRISTOPHER BALLINGER, JASON DAUNT, LANCE ARNY, RYAN JURHS
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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