Bad Religion Lyrics
2. Too Much To Ask
A refreshing plunge a drink of platable water a deep inspiration on a warm summer day a safe stroll in the middle of the road community a neighbor who in times of need will not turn away I ain't no politiciam I am a citizen And I wonder if I'm living too far out of bounds community protection rehibilitation police that serve without legitimate right to maim global aareness ecological guilt cultural and environmental awakening I ain't no optimist I try to be a realist and I think that we are living too far out of bounds is it too much to ask? Could it be the world is shrinking? I can see the walls closing in no one can take much for granted anymore remote control three cars for every family corruption at the expense of the simple majority a violent crash a plunder of the third world any wretched ploy that bolsters our economy I ain't no blind supporter I'm a conscious citizen and I know that we are living too far out of bounds is it too much to ask? can we keep the earth from sinking? I can see the walls closing in No one can take much for granted anymore (you better not take it for granted anymore) I'm not taking nothing for granted anymore
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