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Racial Pride Is A Lie

Lunar Perspective

Chorus 1
Let’s go. Let’s stop this war.
Let’s go. Let’s stop this war.
A fight to end a fight
That’s how it began
It’s a lie which needs to be ended.
For many people already died.
A fight to end a fight
That one line never changes
In our history books
NO! unless we try.

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One For All

A hymn for all brothers and sisters out there.

(One For All, Live Rehearsal Version)

Lyrics

C—-Am—-F—-G—-
C—-Am—-F—-G—-
Today is my last day but I don’t really care.
I gonna make it worth anyway.
This gonna be my last beer with you.
But no worry, don’t let tears spoil your toast.

C—-Am—-F—-G—-
C—-Am—-F—-F—-
Tomorrow, when I no longer hear you call.
Shall I be watching from above.
Tomorrow, when you’re all distraught.
Let’s drink, and sing all night long.

C—-G—-C—-F—-
C—-G—-C—-F—-
One for all. All for one.
’cause we’re here for you. No one’s left behind.
One for all. All for one.
’cause we’re here to wreck the fear that kills your dreams.
(C—-G—-Em—-F)x2
I don’t want tears to fall from your face. I don’t want to.
I don’t want tears to fall from your face. I don’t want to.

When I greet Satan, shall I tell him.
How bravely we roamed this world.
Cannot forget the first time we met.
And cracks that we got and how we moved on.

One for all. All for one.
’cause we’re here for you. No one’s left behind.
One for all. All for one.
’cause we’re here for you. Wreck the fear that kills your dreams.
I don’t want tears to fall from your face. I don’t want to.
I don’t want tears to fall from your face. I don’t want to.

There’s A Cone

There Is A Cone Who Lost Himself

He lost his friends. He is far away from home.
No one picks him up. No one answers the phone.
He is lying down there. “Life is unfair”, crying he is.

He is reaching out. His throat screams sounds.
No one found him. He found himself
stuck in middle of nowhere. “Hell or Heaven?”, question he shares.

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