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  1. Human Race

From the album Westbound & Down

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Lyrics

Human Race

VERSE 1:
You told a lie, I wrote goodbye,
In a letter I left,
On your porch.
I heard one day you went away,
To a church,
To find yourself.

CHORUS:
One summer day I walked away,
To a place that's warm and safe.
Have you heard the news today,
About the human race?

VERSE 2:
We'll pack our bags, we'll lock the door,
We'll walk away, we'll throw away,
The key.
I saw the moon it was red,
And then the blue skies they all turned,
To grey.

CHORUS:
One summer day I walked away,
To a place that's warm and safe.
Have you heard the news today,
About the human race?
The Human Race.

VERSE 3:
I saw a chem trail through the trees,
I felt a breeze it was a sign,
Of the times.
She put a cross around her neck,
And it reminded me of love,
Lost.

CHORUS:
One summer day I walked away,
To a place that's warm and safe.
Have you heard the news today,
About the human race?
One summer day I walked away,
To a place that's warm and safe.
Have you heard the news today,
About the human race?
The Human Race.