Are We All We Are
by Pink

Album: The Truth About Love (2012)
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  • Oh
    Oh
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    Cut to now holy wow
    When did everything become such a hell of a mess?
    Maybe now, maybe now
    Can somebody come and take this off my chest?
    I know you think it's not your problem
    I know you think that God will solve them
    But if your shit is not together it'll never be
    You and me
    Plant the seed
    Open up and let it be
    We are the people that you'll never get the best of
    Not forget the rest of (Rest of)
    Oh
    We've had our fill
    We've had enough
    We've had it up to here
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    We are the people that you'll never get the best of
    Not forget the rest of (Rest of)
    Oh
    Just sing it loud until the kids will sing it right back
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    Oh
    Oh
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    Seven seconds
    Seven seconds
    That is all the time you got to make your point
    My attention, my attention's like an infant tryin' to crawl around this joint
    I know I'm better than the masses
    But we're all followin' our asses
    And if our shit is not together
    It'll never be
    You and me
    Plant the seed
    Open up and let it be
    We are the people that you'll never get the best of
    Not forget the rest of (Rest of)
    Oh
    We've had our fill
    We've had enough
    We've had it up to here
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    We are the people that you'll never get the best of
    Not forget the rest of (rest of)
    Oh
    Just sing it loud until the kids will sing it right back
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    Four, that's how many years it took me to get through the lesson
    That I had to do it all my own
    Three, that's how many Hail Mary's they would pay for me
    Thinkin' I was gonna end up all alone
    Two, for second chances that you've given me
    Can it be lucky me, lucky me
    Now let's go
    One, it's what we are, it's what we are
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    We are the people that you'll never get the best of
    Not forget the rest of (Rest of)
    Oh
    We've had our fill
    We've had enough
    We've had it up to here
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    We are the people that you'll never get the best of
    Not forget the rest of (Rest of)
    Oh
    Just sing it loud until the kids will sing it right back
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    We are the people that you'll never get the best of
    Not forget the rest of (Rest of)
    Oh
    We've had our fill
    We've had enough
    We've had it up to here
    Are we all we are
    Are we all we are
    We are the people that you'll never get the best of
    Not forget the rest of (Rest of)
    Oh
    Cut to the future sing it loud and take the power back
    Are we all we are
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