LYRIC

You always pay a price for not staying in line, and if
you choose to use your head and claim a free life. You
will be brutalized, memories ridiculed, and legal rights
ignored, socially excluded to the Outside. Surveillance
cameras, tapped mobile phones. These walls have ears,
they’re listening. Someone you don’t know knows your name
and everyone that you know. And I’ve trained myself to
look innocent. Someone you don’t know knows your name and
everyone that you know. In an office somewhere someone
compiled your prints, profile, photographs. They’re
building a case, you’re certain they’re mapping your
movements and you have become used to feeling paranoid.
Police the body, police the soul. Police the spirit then
take control. When you look up you look into surveillance
cameras, tapped mobile phones. These walls have ears
they’re listening. Someone you don’t know knows your name
and everyone that you know. And I’ve trained myself to
look innocent. Someone you don’t know knows your name and
everyone that you know, and everyone that they know.
Who’s watching the watchmen?

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