She doesn't have a pulse
Her daughter cries from what she's seen
The failure of a system
This war of ideologies
Has gone far past it's limit
Listen, we'll shoulder all the blame
They rely on the market expecting you to subsist
On disposable income and medical bills
How can we ignore the necessity, the necessity of life
Why can we justify our apathy, our apathy it thrives
When will we stop our complacency?
Whenever it feels right
And time and time again, we're forced to make decisions
And time and time again, we're guilty by association
Are we getting what we're paying for
or have we been deceived?
Are we really blind to all of this?
It makes no sense but we are