Parkland (You've Played Me Too Long) – Ross Wylde
Genre Pop

LYRIC
Parkland (You've Played Me Too Long)

Our country's just as tall as our generation stands
But the trigger lays so many lives away
This cycle that we live inside won't be blowing wide
When passing days leave nothing saved

I believe you when you claim to hear my cries
But don't pretend you understand
If you did, you would've acted long ago, made some commands
Now here we stand

I see through your righteous mask you wear
We're proud to hunt your cunning lies
Collecting coins and shaking hands behind our backs
You think we're blind - what price will change your mind?

You've played me far too long, I've had enough
'Cause one life lost in vain is one too much

How much blood will it take till you see
That too much carnage has occurred?
How many times can you just shoot down my generation's words;
Until we're heard?

Some will say its an excuse to get away
That may be true for some, but not for me
While remembering the painful past in your shadows cast
I can't be free
You've played me far too long, I've had enough
'Cause one life lost so young is one too much

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