The Globalist
by Muse

  • You were never truly loved
    You've only been betrayed
    You were never truly nurtured
    By churches or the state
    You left unprotected
    To these wild and fragile lands
    That you could rise up like a god
    Arm yourself, you can be strong
    You can build a nuclear power
    Transform the earth to your desire
    Free your mind from false beliefs
    You can be the commander in chief
    You can hide your true motives
    To dismantle and destroy
    Now you finally have good
    I have given you good

    There's no country left
    To love and cherish it's bond
    It's gone for good
    It's here and maybe
    Survivors
    To hunt and gather memories
    Of the great nation we were
    There are no countries left
    To fight and conquer
    I think I destroyed them all
    It's human nature
    The greatest
    Until we'll survive alone
    With no one left to love

    There's no country left
    To love and cherish, it's gone
    You know it's gone for good
    A trillion memories last in
    Space and time forever more
    I just wanted, I just needed to be loved Writer/s: MATTHEW JAMES BELLAMY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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