Song Drink Before The War – Sinead O’Connor

Well, you tell us that we’re wrong
And you tell us not to sing our song
Nothing we can say will make you see
You got a heart of stone
You can never feel

You say “;oh I’m not afraid – it can’t happen to me
I’ve lived my life as a good man
Oh, no you’re out of your mind
It won’t happen to me
‘Cos I’ve carried my weight
And I’ve been a strong man”;

Listen to the man in the liquor store
Yelling “;anybody want a drink before the war?”;

And your parents paid you through
You got a nice big car
Nothing bothers you
Somebody cut out your eyes
You refuse to see
Somebody cut out your heart
You refuse to feel
And you live in a shell
You create your own hell
You live in the past
And talk about war
And you dig your own grave yeah
But it’s a life you can save
So stop getting fussed
It’s not gonna happen
And you’ll cry
But you’ll never fall
No, no, no
You’re building a wall
Gotta break it down
Start again

No, no, no

everyday i have the blues lyrics
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