You say stop the war and fighting
It's unjust and unfair
That there's no threat to us
To leave that man in power there.
You have the right to free speech
But did you know it's not really free
How many soldiers died in battle
So you could say you don't agree?
You say you protest for peace
Yet you lie prostrate in the street
While the ambulance is denied access
To the supporters you have beat.
Have you ever stopped to think
Who's really hearing your voice
What if you were just the enemy's bullhorn
Now what do you think of your choice?
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