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Silenced Through Justice

This song is by Sinaloa and appears on the album Fathers And Sons (2003).

You tell me the same is so different, when did the same become so different, when did the same become so wrong? we live in the same houses, lead the same lives, hold the same values, yet we don't share the same rights. words you may never hear, I take thee, I honor thee, I love thee, I do. words I'm not sure I want to hear, I take thee, I honor thee, I love thee, I do. not recognized for the life you live, not recognized for the love you give. let us be happy with despising what we don't know, what we don't understand, then ask questions later. dictate this lifestyle, assume the unknown, and still they will follow suit. when the dead are found and return home, still won't be recognized. if you can't live this way, then I don't want to live this way. don't ask if this is about the money, but to live how the rest live in entirety. and I'm convinced, that the foundations between you and me is the same between she and she. and I'm convinced that the foundations between you and me is the same between he and he.

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