Who Needs You

Album: Disgraceland (2013)
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  • You better toss your bullets
    You better hide your guns
    You better help the children
    Let 'em have some fun
    You better count your blessings
    Kiss your Mom and Pop
    You better burn that flag
    'Cause it ain't against the law

    You better pledge your allegiance
    You're not the only one
    Listen up forefathers
    I'm not your son
    You better save the country
    You better pass the flask
    You better join the army
    I said, "No thank you, dear old Uncle Sam"

    You better toss tour bullets
    You better hide your guns
    You better help the children
    Let 'em have some fun, some fun, some fun Writer/s: DOMINIC CORSO, GRANT BRINNER, HENRY BRINNER, MARIO CUOMO, MATTHEW O'KEEFE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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