Cairo Sound Clash

Cairo Sound Clash

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World - Middle Eastern | St. Louis, Missouri, United States
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Song Description

current healthcare system in the usa.

Lyrics

two tier tyranny
rules by the rich
rules for the poor
the sands run out
we can't take no more
this ain't their circus maximus
it's about a persons life
callous bigots hoarding cash
clinging to the farce of class
gestapo healthcare kills
cutting down the poor
the willful annihilation
is what they call a law
healthcare
ain't no privilege
it's about a human's right
millions living in darkness
who turned out the light
vulturine committee of death
unleash their poison breath
choking out those in need
as if an inferior breed
rules by the rich
rules for the poor
the sands run out
we won't take no more

Song Length
1:58
Genre
Rock - Punk
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Protest

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Spence Harrison
Music Credits Spence Harrison
Producer Credits Spence Harrison
Publisher Credits Spence Harrison Music
Performance Credits Spence Harrison
Label Credits Recluse Records