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I'm just a typical American from a typical American town
I believe in God and Senator Todd and a-keeping old Castro down
And when it came my time
My great-great-grandfather
Prospected for gold
In the wilds of Alaska
In the Yukon cold

My great-grandfather
Fought the Civil War
On the side
Well it was more than just a lovers spat
And the civil war of the thermostat
We'd wail and wail like a manaics
Throwin shoes and bric-a-brac
Well I
This means war!

Don't you want your freedom
Do you not daydream
See how we split the atom
and bring them to their fucking knees
ask for more you're still dropping bombs from a plane that went down in the civil war drive the nails, drive them hard, peace turns to war again crown
My father is a doctor, he's a familiary man,
My mother works for charity whenever she can,
They're both good clean Americans who abide by the law,
American soil I hope for at best 
But the duty I serve can't begin to compare 
To my ancestors battles and wars through the years 
Though the loneliness
world)
Ruler of a dead world (dead world)
Ruler of the dead

The Third World, a land of fighting
Civil war, Third World rising
People flee, so close
The case of George Dedlow
Double amputee, one of 500,000
Civil War casualties
Suffered a phenomenon so bizarre
Even the doctors looked on from
"Never to go to war with one another again"

". . .Juden. . ." 

"This country is at war with Germany."

"December 7, 1941, (the Japanese have
part-Cherokee Indian
He didn't fight in the Civil War
He's just Eugene Isaac Alvarez
He feels sorry for the wall

Oh, oh, oh imaginary accomplishments
Hey,
we're under attack
We've realized there's no going back
We've realized there's no going back

In 1985, the Civil War failed why?
Kept hidden like
During world war it in one
South American tribe
Human consumption
Of an enemies offspring
Served as the highest
Spiritual ritual of battle
My father is a doctor, he's a familiar man
My mother works for charity whenever she can
They're both good clean Americans who abide by the law
two three four!
Class war, the American dream
Class war, it's all too obscene
Class war, down from the top floor
Class war, it doesn't exist anymore
the bloody Civil War 
Yes I even killed my brothers 
And so many others But I ain't marchin' anymore 

For I marched to the battles of the German trench
They fought the longest war in American history
They fought the longest war in American history

In 1965 Vietnam seemed like just another foreign
Economy declines worldwide regression
Throwing within never to recover
Stock market crash broker ends the fall
From the nineteenth floor

Trade wars
make Orval Faubus sore and start a 2 state civil war,
Would they ask the government for federal aid to buy pickaxe handles and razorblades,
Bop Bop Bop
The Mississippi Delta
Was shining like a National guitar
I am following the river
Down the highway
Through the cradle of the Civil War

I'm
The Mississippi Delta
Was shining like a national guitar
I am following the river
Down the highway
Through the cradle of the Civil War

I'm
Ah
Ah
Ah
Oh, oh
Do
Um da da, ah
Tracy died soon after a long fought civil war
Just after I'd wiped away his last tear 
I guess he's better
sin no more
I'm gonna establish my rule through civil war
Gonna make you see just how loyal and true a man can be
town somewhere

Some job at a hardware store
Town square plaque about the Civil War
Hey, Mexico is miles from here
But the Texaco's got a lot

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