They
by Jem

Album: Finally Woken (2005)
Charted: 6
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  • Who made up all the rules
    We follow them like fools
    Believe them to be true
    Don't care to think them through

    And I'm sorry, so sorry
    I'm sorry it's like this
    I'm sorry, so sorry
    I'm sorry, we do this

    And it's ironic too
    'Cause what we tend to do
    Is act on what they say
    And then it is that way

    And I'm sorry, so sorry
    I'm sorry it's like this
    I'm sorry, so sorry
    I'm sorry, we do this

    Who are they?
    And where are they?
    And how can they possibly
    Know all this?

    Who are they?
    And where are they?
    And how can they possibly
    Know all this?

    Do you see what I see?
    Why do we live like this?
    Is it because it's true
    That ignorance is bliss?

    Who are they?
    And where are they?
    And how do they
    Know all this?

    And I'm sorry, so sorry
    I'm sorry it's like this

    Do you see what I see?
    Why do we live like this?
    Is it because it's true
    That ignorance is bliss?

    And who are they?
    And where are they?
    And how can they
    Know all this?

    And I'm sorry, so sorry
    I'm sorry we do this Writer/s: Gerard B. Jr. Young, Jem Griffiths, Johann Sebastian Bach, Ward Lamar Swingle
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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