Gatsbys American Dream – Untitled Lyrics

Warm yourselves down by the fire
Broken lives are forged like iron

And you’ll see
A little bit of darkness in me
So fill your belly ’til it is full
And then your life will be more comfortable

The sparks and it’s loud
And we’re all screaming out
About assembly lines, past lives
What will become of your hunger?
(sparks, loud, all screaming out)
What will become of your hunger?
(What will become?)

Can you see?
Beneath the gravel and leaves
You will return to wherе you are from
But look what you have all becomе

We’re marching you off
(marching you off)
And we blackened your eyes
(blackened your eyes)
We gave you the skills to produce
(the skills to produce)

But never to fight!
(we gave you the skills)
Never to fight!

A-a-a-a
The sun in the sky
And I will not care
No, I won’t cry

A-a-a-a
The sun in the sky
And I won’t ask questions
No, I won’t ask why

I have made a big mistake
But I can’t just run away
Got a family and bills to pay

Big grey eyes staring up at me
No, I could never leave her
I will buy you a big house, baby

Warm yourselves down by the fire
Broken lives are forged like iron
And you’ll see

A-a-a-a
The sun in the sky
And I will not care
No, I won’t cry

A-a-a-a
The sun in the sky
And I won’t ask questions
No, I won’t ask why