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Too tired to care.
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Tired Empire

The soldier and the taxpayer
The subject and the citizen
All shout: Hip-fuckin-hooray
We're tired now, too tired to care
Even some of the bastards in charge
Are too tired of might making right

The sun never set on where we wanted to be
The sun never set where we were
But daylight is waning
The end is nigh
For this tired empire

The honor, the glory
The resources, the constant worry
The order and the chaos (our kind of chaos)
We're too tired, too tired to care
Even some of the bastards in charge…

The sun never set…

Here's to our dead, here's to your dead

Here's a book of laws, here are our guns
Go figure it out -- you figure it out
Good luck, you're on your own
So ends one, another begins
Empire is dead, long live the empire
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Uploaded: Jun 28, 2013 - 04:12:24 PM
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2013 - 04:12:24 PM Last Played: May 01, 2018 - 05:33:48 PM
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Wummimann said 1880 days ago (June 28th, 2013)
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too tired to write. but very well music...
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lavalamp said 1879 days ago (June 29th, 2013)
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Les_Kloo said 1877 days ago (July 1st, 2013)
Tired
Big power, big frustration. I've been feeling that way. But even if I hadn't been feeling that way, I would like this tune.
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