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Face of Humanity 

This train moves toward another city
Places that bore the mother of our motherís
mother
First there is foreign, then familiarity
Air, steel and current linking one race with
another

From the womb of our ancestry
To the person weíve become
From the burning inner-city tapestry
To the ruins of the Coliseum

Somebody started a journey
We continue in our vanity
All colors, all countries
Falling off the face of humanity

This train moves toward another city
Places that bore the father of our fatherís
father
First there is foreign, then familiarity
Air, steel and current linking one race with
another

Youth leave his mark in bold graffiti
Vague is the future of a troubled son
I recognize the artistry
The walls look the same in Detroit as they do in
Lisbon

Somebody started a journey
We continue in our vanity
All colors, all countries
Falling off the face of humanity

This train moves toward another city
Places that bore the mother of our motherís
mother
First there is foreign, then familiarity
Air, steel and current blending one race with
another

Asphalt crust covers ancient forest
Loss of the protective laws that were fought for
To increase their profit, business must ignore us
They piss into, then we drink from, the worldís
only water

Somebody started a journey
We continue in insanity
All colors, all countries
Falling off the face of humanity

Lyrics by Jody Carlson 1999

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