From the recording On A Farm

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Lyrics

(Verse)
It can’t be right have we lost our place
In the pushing and the pulling of the human race
Vanish from this planet without one thin trace
Chock it up to foolish pride

(Verse)
It can’t be right when a young child cries
In a small one room apartment on the low east-side
On the floor in the stairway where her mother dies
From the poison that she just main lined

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It can’t be right when folks have none
And the only way to get it is with knife and gun
Legacy that’s handed down from man to son
When you’re living on the other side

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It can’t be right when the ends don’t meet
And there’s folks that’s cold and hungry living on the streets
Sick and tired a lonesome soul done gone a stray
With the doctor bills he just can’t pay

(Chorus)
Better pray
To find a way

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It can’t be right when the greed of man
Goes and kills his brother for his brother’s land
Just a piece of puzzle from the master plan
And they do it in the father’s name

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It can’t be right when the lakes and streams
Once were clear and sparkling turned to murky green
That mountain-view I knew no longer can be seen
Looking through a smog filled skies

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It can’t be right when we just won’t see
That we’re all just different branches from the same old tree
Living here together in the land of free
Be a shame to see another way

Chorus

(Verse)
It can’t be right when we just won’t give
Peace and understanding to how others live
Walk a mile or two in shoes that don’t quite fit
And you’ll find you take each step in stride

(Verse)
It can’t be right have we lost our place
In the pushing and the pulling of the human race
Vanish from this planet without one thin trace
It can’t be right