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Last Man Standing Again and Again

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Last Man Standing Again and Again

Those left sitting there will be none
See the call to stand has begun
Across the globe people ask why
There are so many who must die
Arising from said, prostration
They act without hesitation
Not learning from their past
Upon the vast fields of grass 
Are all those who go off the path
They fall until the very last
Cry freedom is to liberate
Unjust it is to subjugate 
Equally both used in jolly
Yet be the cause of their folly
Causes will be undertaken
Claiming it is for the forsaken
Not learning from their past
Upon the vast fields of grass 
Are all those who go off the path
They fall until the very last
Who can claim to be unaware?
The response is you did not care
Regardless of where one may stray
All feel the affects of this spray
Being not told was part of the plan
They look for those to extend hand
Not learning from their past
Upon the vast fields of grass 
Are all those who go off the path
They fall until the very last
Goal at end it is to dominate
The last man will pontificate
For if it is for I to be
Then my will shall always be free
Mind you this story has been told
Yet again it shall soon unfold
Not learning from their past
Upon the vast fields of grass 
Are all those who go off the path
They fall until the very last

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