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lunes, 14 de diciembre de 2009

Waiting on the world to change... John Mayer



Me and all my friends we're all misunderstood. They say we stand for nothing. There's no way we ever could. Now we see everything is going wrong, with the world and those who lead it. We just feel like we don't have the means to rise above and beat it. So we keep waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. We keep on waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. Its hard to be persistant, when we're standing at a distance, so we keep waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. Now if we had the power to bring our neighbors home from war they would've never missed a Christmas. No more ribbons on the door. When you trust your television, what you get is what you got, cuz when when they own the information ooohhh, they can bend it all they want. So while we're waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. We keep on waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. It's not that we don't care.We just know that the part ain't fair, so we keep waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. We're still waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. We keep on waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. One day our generation is gonna rule the population. So we keep on waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. Know we keep on waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. We keep on waiting (waiting). Waiting on the world to change. Waiting on the world to change. Waiting on the world to change. Waiting on the world to change.

Gracias Sally.

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