Autonomadic
FUNNY FARM
By: Autonomadic
Catalog ID: 263226   Duration: 2:29   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 78   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Indie Rock Music | Punk
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Angry, political, punk rock song about one man's struggle for freedom in an oppressive society.   Keywords: Angry, Political, Punk, Rock



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Lyrics:
I grew up in a photograph: Small towns, dirt roads, old men in hats. I went away to university, but I couldn't ignore what was happening. I tried to tell the people -- but the cops threw me in jail. They said what I did was evil; I can't tell no one these tales: Of Freedom, of Justice! They told me that they'd let me go, once I'd unlearned all the things I know. But I can't be silent; I won't be shy -- someone's got to stand up to their lies. I tried to tell the people -- but the cops threw me in jail. They said what I did was evil; I can't tell no one these tales: Of Expression, of Choices! Will my kids grow up in a world that's free, or a cage of forced insanity? These cement blocks, they fence me in; I may never see the sun or sky again. I tried to tell the people -- but the cops threw me in jail. They said what I did was evil; I can't tell no one these tales: Of Liberty, of Tolerance! I tried to tell the people -- but the cops threw me in jail. They said what I did was evil; I can't tell no one these tales: Free Speech! Free Thoughts! Free Press! A Free Society is based on Truth!
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