Versuri Happy Campers - Struggle

Album: Happy Campers - Campfire Songs

You can keep a good man down if he won't stand up and fight. It's time to wake up. It's time to see the light. Equality doesn't exist it's
just an ideal in the mind. There's not enough to go around so take what you can find. Mud on your face, "kick me" sign on your back. They
took it all. It's time to take it back. Do unto others and watch them beat you down. Don't fall below the surface they'll let you drown.
They'll let you down. Black and blue, tattered and torn, You've been getting stepped on since the day that you were born. They say give
up, 'cause you can't win. You're stuck on the outside and they won't let you in. I took all the crap I can, and I can't take no more. If
they won't let me in I'm breaking down the door. Disregard the rules. Disregard the laws. They'll get you nothing, I want it all. They'll
lead you to believe that you're doing just fine. They'll live like kings and you'll fall further behind. I remember a song I used to sing
when I was ten...This land is your land, this land is my land. And I believed what they said, and you believed what they said, and we
believed what they said. But they lied to me. And they lied to you too. And they'll go on denying. And we'll go on dieing. I'm not afraid
to die. Just afraid to never have lived. And the struggle goes on and on and on.