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A Voice From The Past Lyrics

A voice from the past
Entered my head today
Fresh and alive. Full of life, passion and pain.
A voice now past.
A beautiful soul. Gone, gone, gone.

speaking clearly-clearer than the living
Talking perfect sense
Used to not being understood
While talking perfect sense to the next generation

Have we caught up yet ?
Is it time ?
I think it is.
Enough is enough
Enough is enough

A voice from the past
Entered my head today
Tiny child sighed in my ear.
Giving up breathing in
Over and out
Over and out
Taken by bad luck and the ill fortune of geography.

Common cold. Dirty water. HIV.
Common apathy. Common crime.
Perfect nonsense to the next generation.

Dead yet alive
Dead yet alive
Gone but shouting anger
Gone but talking perfect sense

Have we caught up yet ?
Is it time ? Well I say it is. I say it is.
Deaf and dumbed-down
Enough is enough

Give me a smile. Hold out your hand.
I don't want your money
I don't want your land
Gimme a smile. Hold out your hand.
I don't want your money
I don't want your land
I want you to wake up and do something strange
I want you listen
I want you to feel someone else's pain
Someone else's pain
Someone else's pain
Someone else's pain

Deaf and dumbed-down
Deaf and dumbed-down

A tap with clean water

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Songwriter(s): Steve Hogarth, Mark Colbert Kelly, Ian Francesko Mosley, Peter John Trewavas, Steven Thomas Rothery

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