Take all your taxes and see if you aren't able to get more done with them Then those that represent you. Do those that do, really represent you Or do they resent you? And secretly tread with scorn? If you truly want change, seek an office Grab a gavel Do your part
I’m breaking down along with our economy and all around they only want more from me. The end of my rope but I’ve been tethering, searching out hope but it’s straining and weathering. Who cares? There’s nothing good to find, the never ending stairs within my mind, I’ve kept going, without knowing, and there’s no result showing.
If you ask me what I’ve wanted the most, it’s to destroy this parasite; I’m not much of a host. I’m just waiting, debating and operating almost like a robot. I walk alone, I have no home.
I think I’ll crash if I continue going at this rate, or maybe just break down; it’s still up for debate. It seems like everyone in the world is ******* me except for the select few who I wouldn’t mind *******. Wouldn’t it be exciting for our system to start igniting? But you know we’d foot the bill ‘cause we’re paying them still. They crave our money and vote but don’t care to hear us speak, so my sincerest thanks for letting me work to barely eat.
If you ask me what I’ve wanted the most, it’s to have an outside life; this routine’s made me a ghost. It’s been draining, to be maintaining this training to become a robot.
If you were to ask what our Country needed the most, it’s lower taxes and more production from East to West coast. We’re all slaving, and behaving for laboursaving just like a robot. I’m not alone, I notice each clone.
In the book of Genesis Joseph, son of Jacob Made a prophecy based on the pharaoh's dream He determined there would be seven years of abundance Followed by seven years of famine Joseph told the pharaoh to stockpile resources By taxing one fifth of his subjects' harvest every year To prepare for the impending hardship So that they may live and not die And during that time of famine Egypt remained powerful Because of their divine foresight and communal mentality But what I wonder about that process is: During the abundance Did the Egyptians complain about the new tax? Did they say it was a tyrannical government overreaching? And during the famine Did they feed on the fruits of frugality While remembering the contributions that saved their nation?