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Like a bad, bad dream
We were washing our hands,
We forgot our demands,
how far away does it seem

I woke up from a dream, where the people kept their distance
Half the people working, Half the people were just bored
Everyone afraid because a crippled health system
Couldn’t fix the issue when supplies were running short
I knew while I was dreaming what on earth I missed the most
It wasn’t my employment or the trials or the cars
From this ghastly dream remains all but a tiny ghost
Reminding me which hopes I lost and which were just a farce

Like a bad, bad dream
We were keeping apart,
we made living an art
And now we found our heart

I woke up from a dream, where the people kept their distance
Half the people working, Half the people were ignored
Everyone afraid, everyone hated the system
From a place of privilege they barely could afford
If they had not forced me awake I would have thought it real
The money, gender, laws and all the methods to enforce them
And I remember clearly, how important did it feel
I’m wondering, how sick was our normal

Like a bad, bad dream
We were washing our hands,
We were making amends,
And now we got a next chance

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