A moment please for those who go unnoticed.
For those who work so hard, but hardly get to show it.
For those who cry, who lie, who hate,
To those bastards who don’t believe in anything.
I’ve never met someone as pitiful as you.
You act so prominent, so audacious, so arrogant.
Tell me what it’s like to stand in your shoes.
To have everything and nothing, never knowing abuse.
I tip my bottle to the good, the brave, and honest.
To those who proven themselves, heroes, those who have died for a reason.
I hear the recruitment call,
Here we’ll stand. Here we’ll fall. Unlike you.
So tell me, once it’s all gone, will you realize your faults?
When they find your flaws they’ll snicker as you fall.
I know you thought you had control, but the revolution on its way.
Change may save you, but there are no guarantees.
I’m losing faith, the anthem of a hypocrite is fading fast.
Tides have turns, my time is up. I’ve realized it won’t last.
All around me my enemies’ laughing is deafening.
I’ll fight one last time to make the ones I love, proud.
If you remain the way you are, you’ll lose it all,
Your family, your friends, and everyone you’ll meet.
Don’t play on the wrong side of the neighborhood if you forget how to get home.
And if you do manage to get home, make it a lesson learned, don’t return there.