Dance In The Rain

Album: Super Collider (2013)
  • Sentenced to work a dead end 9 to 5
    Trapped in a dingy corporate cubicle hell
    Then go to work in the darkness on the midnight shift
    Any chance you get, selling gas at the corner Shell

    Three letters groups listening in on you
    Under surveillance courtesy of Big Brother in your car
    Drones monitor each and every move you make
    It doesn't matter who you know or who you think you are

    You'll never see a ray of daylight
    So far in debt you're struggling to survive
    But you will break your back fighting and they'll help
    Before you let them break your pride

    "Powers that be" will never win; a storm is coming, get ready
    You better learn to dance in the rain, instead of wait for the sun
    Learn to dance in the rain, the sun will never come

    Down on your luck, you had your hand out once or twice
    But all you wanted was just a hand, they say
    "You have the right to remain silent", so shut your mouth
    Don't mention the broken promises and lies of hope and change

    "Powers that be" will never win; a storm is coming, get ready
    You better learn to dance in the rain, instead of wait for the sun
    Learn to dance in the rain, the sun will never come

    Never come, dance in the rain, it ain't gonna come

    Enslave and impoverish the middle class
    Make them dependent then strip it all away
    Al-CIA-da, destruction, and democide
    Addiction, corruption, every word's a lie

    Races, classes, sexes, religious wars
    Destroy the family, and what love is for

    The Fed and the Bankers own all the politicians
    May I introduce you to the sons of perdition?
    Replace the dictators Washington appointed
    The Devil Messiahs and the dangerously disappointed

    They lie to themselves, pleased with what they've done
    Soon they all will be repaid and there's nowhere to run Writer/s: DAVE MUSTAINE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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