Like I feel, I'm so uncertain I'm all edgy, I need an extra nation It takes a fool to jump into the fire Unless the take is too good, you can't return
So, when did you know There was an issue with these greedy pigs? So let's take, take what we're feeling Now we can change what they've been doing With no restraint, no restraint
Like I can feel, I know it hurting It's who cares, it's really disconcerting They pull the strings and we run in the cold While they float down on their parachutes of gold
So, when did you know There was an issue with these greedy pigs? So let's take, they've always been there Now we can see, what they've been doing With no restraint, now we can see Who they've been screwing, it's you and me
They don't live like you and me It's a different kind of luxury Drawn on by the pain of the nicotine
So let's take, they've always been down Now we can see, what they've been doing With no restraint, now we can see How they've been screwing, what they have ruined With no restraint, no restraint
Writer/s: GORDON SCOTT KENNEDY, PETER KENNETH FRAMPTON
Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company, Universal Music Publishing Group
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