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our planet Earth was the only place to live 
But we destroyed it all by taking all she had to give - (wasted Earth) 
And as we ride through the black
and I'd forget it

I wasn't on a mountain 
When it came to me
All my life's been wasted 
Chasing shallow dreams

Years go by and nothing's slowing
everything and I'd forget it I wasn't on a mountain

When I came to me 
All my life's been wasted 
Chasing shallow dreams 
Years go by 
And nothing's
Downtown's been caught by the hysteria
People scream and shout
A generation's on the move
When disco spreads like a bacteria
These lonely days are
and obsessed
And you're overworked
You're over taken by visions of being overlooked
I'm disappointed would the I.D.I.P.P be
To see such our power in our
For the wasted years

No more crumble in the night
No more tears on an empty pillow
Voices out of sight cryin' hard - runnin' scared
No more tears
Downtown's been caught by the hysteria
People scream and shout
A generation's on the move
When disco spreads like a bacteria
These lonely days are
inside your fear 
Can't take back all those years 
Shots in the dark from empty guns 
Never heard by anyone 
Never heard by anyone 

Yeah I'm hiding
daughter was his jewel
His son was just his boy
For thirty years he worked the mills
And stoked the coke-fed fires
And looked toward the day
When he'd
if you can
You don't care much for a stranger's touch
But you can't hold your man

You never thought you'd be alone
This far down the line
And I
of Kentucky and best of all
He was a sixty year old man

She let him think he'd caught her
She led him to the alter
Totin' seven carats on her hand

All dressed
if you can
You don't care much for a stranger's touch
But you can't hold your man

You never thought you'd be alone
This far down the line
And I
if you can
You don't care much for a stranger's touch
But you can't hold your man

You never thought you'd be alone
This far down the line
And I
And nothing can replace 
All these wasted years 

Is that a smile upon your face? 
You seem to be confused 
By all these kindly strangers 
Who come
plots to maul nations out of shock and awe
Generation of ideas
Children who won't talk at all
Profits fall
Chalk on walls
Years spent on prison cells
slipping away.  
What I'd give for a firstborn son.
Forty years of blood just washing away.

I have waited wasted lives
I have waited long enough I'd
to be everybody's fool
Teaching us the way to sign
A wasted generation, what a crime

Kids don't care about books or rules
All they wanna do is burn
My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf
So it stood ninety years on the floor
It was taller by half than the old man himself
And it
can replace
All these wasted years

Is that a smile upon your face?
You seem to be confused
By all these kindly strangers
Who come to visit you
we started

When I was just a boy
At four years old thought
The world was joy
As a kid I'd play, just
Create the day
As I saw it my way

But
I dreamed a dream in time gone by
When hope was high and life worth living
I dreamed that love would never die
I prayed that God would be forgiving
(Come on)
It takes a whole nation (Nation)
To help me raise this generation (uh uh)
My respect to the mother's that be holdin' it down
But it'd sure
My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf
So it stood ninety years on the floor
It was taller by half than the old man himself
And it weight
be

Well, I wasted years,
All the useless, bitter tears
If I'd known I'd have stopped it at the start
I knew life was long,
And I knew life could
Take you back to a cotton field
In the heart of Louisiana
Little boy about nine years old
Sings a song in the heat of the day
Mama cried when her