Histories
Lyrics Erin McKeown

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Well my father is my father
And my mother is my mother
Never mind I hate them
Still I have a bloody brother
In the paths that they have worn out
Find my feet just wanna walk 'em
Histories I hate them
Watch myself just say the same

In my cells I carry
How they raised me
So every day I have to
Choose to have to

We still have the histories
Unwritten laws and lawless tyranny
Change it, change the currency
Stand up, get up with electricity

By the law and by the letter
Well I should be living better
But histories still wish I'd see
The world and how it used to be
But 1 and 1 and 3 and more's
More powerful than any war
You never know the spark that starts
To turn over the hardest part

The world is very
Solitary
So every day I have to
Choose to have to

We still have the histories
Unwritten laws and lawless tyranny
Change it, change the currency
Stand up, get up with electricity
We still have the histories
Unwritten laws and lawless tyranny
How do you make community?
Drop of the "I" and add of the "we" yeah

We still have the histories
Unwritten laws and lawless tyranny
Change it, change the currency
Stand up, get up with electricity

We still have the histories
Unwritten laws and lawless tyranny
Change it, change the currency
Stand up, get up with electricity
We still have the histories
Unwritten laws and lawless tyranny
How do you make community?
Drop of the "I" and add of the "we" yeah
Drop of the "I" and add of the "we" yeah
Drop of the "I" and add of the "we" yeah

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