New World Order
Why do we favour the wandering eye?
Degrading our conscience.
Astride the nigh
We follow along
Abetting and aiding
A requisition for right hand practice
Has to be sought.
For lower class boarders
But we bow to a new world order.
Why do we suffer in silence today?
While authoritarian's govern our way.
They poison the food we eat
We just smile
With no confrontation
Not even a spark or flicker of rage
We just do what they order
And bow to the new world order.
Why does an ignorance blissfully steal?
For sick politicians to peel.
They justify war upon thrones from afar
No tears in their eyes
On their soul.
Action is paramount.
But mount we will not
An assault on disorder
While we bow to the new world order.
Why do we lie on reclinable chairs?
Where counterfeit diplomats
Tarnish our cares.
Looking at nowt until when?
To evil again.
Freedom of speech should prevail
But we fail
And bow to a warder
Addressed by the new world order.
Now is the time for antagonization.
Accept no more
Battle political lies
Then show disrespect
To establishments born from a dictators womb.
While capitalism continues momentum
A doom is approaching
For working class folk will be poached.
So follow me into the trenches with sticks
Or knives you can flick.
Proverbial Davids we are
Bizarre. But our enemies spyeth
Not us as we head for Goliath.
Now marching forth to strangle this deadly concoction
With a fiery corder
And bring down the new world order.
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