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Alexander Braun – In My Own Right

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[Alexander Braun – In My Own Right]

In my own right I will decide
How, where, and when, with who beside,
I want to spend my every day
And every night. Is that insane?

Can’t stop to run, so much to see,
So much to do, I want to feel,
Say, hear, and scream the things I’ve learned
Visiting this planet called Earth.

(Chorus)
I have no fear of things to come,
So little time and then I’m gone.
The space and time, Moon shining sphere,
With stars so bright, light-years from here.

The space and time don’t seem to mind
Things that we need for us to find.
The world is fooled, and all is fake,
I want my space and choice to make.

But forced to live in labour camps,
We have to earn the right for nest.
Surviving bills which must be paid
And live to work with dreams of rest.

There is no food for us to eat,
Because so few control with greed.
Enough is here, enough is now,
Reclaim the streets, the world is ours!

Just pass the fear. I love you dear.
So let it be, for you and me,
Love, peace, and hope for we will stop
The bloody beasts who rape the world.

The banks are fraud and sink in gold,
Which we all earn but never told.
It’s time to put this shit to rest,
Stop being slaves and second best.

We all are here. We all have rights.
We all want live, not just survive.
Proactive mind is never silent,
Creating art or starting a riot!

(Chorus)
I have no fear of things to come,
So little time and then I’m gone.
The space and time, Moon shining sphere,
With stars so bright, light-years from here.

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Alexander Braun Written for Reclaim The Streets Toronto 1997.

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