Libyans​/​God Equals Genocide Split

by Libyans

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released August 1, 2011

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Libyans Boston, Massachusetts

Boston band started Early 2007. Still remaining although we have splintered out of Boston area. New full length Album out-2013

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Track Name: Anyone Can Do It/Misquote Me/Industry
ANYONE CAN DO IT
slept in an empty room, completely unforgiving
taught to please everyone
not knowing how to please myself
close to giving up
words can't explain enough

bored, unavailable, and blinded by complacence
so easy to convince to go against one's own best interest
by malevolence or ignorance
taught how to calculate everything

risk much, gain more, have all

MISQUOTE ME
misquote me, berate me
destroy me and forget me
our lives aren't ours
they're fabricated

attack me, confront me
coerce me and indict me
our thoughts aren't ours
they've been created

the youth of america's dreaming
it if thinks it's in control now
they stood in line
to stand and fight

they say its up to me
crusade against what i believe
we'll make no friends
we'll sleep alone

abuse me, confuse me
affront me and mislead me
we held their hands
to guide them through it

erase me, impeach me
ignore me, disappoint me
you'll never meet
these expectations

the youth of america's dreaming
it if thinks it's in control now
they stood in line
to stand and fight

they say its up to me
crusade against what i believe
we'll make no friends
we'll sleep alone

they say it's up to me
crusade against what i believe
they say it's up to me

INDUSTRY
stretched to the limits of isolation
never plagued by hesitation

you've fooled the common man
no brighter than i am

they spend the money to build more fences
sprawling walls of raw defense

you've fooled the common man
no brighter than i am

no time to sort it out
building up what you've torn down
a constant nagging need
complacent industry

no protests, only silence
no protests, only silence
no protests, only silence

we took our chance by walked away with empty hands