VIDEO: More from KINGDOM COME – Outsider

On this phony fourth of July remember that all freedom lovers are considered outsiders, even outlaws from the paramilitary police and U.S. military.

This song was written in 1993 and it’s ironic and poignant that is means more today than when the song was initially recorded.

Then I’ll be writing a post as I feel inspired today and the depression is not as severe as it’s been over the past two months.

Whitewraithe~

Lyrics:

I don’t mind simple rules
So we won’t live like cavemen
But I won’t let them take
What is left of my freedom

So tired, worn out, my tears are gone
Outsider but not the only one

All I hear
Is ‘Don’t do this, don’t do that, you’re a madman’
Had enough
I’m just not their political trash can

So tired, worn out, my tears are gone
Outsider but not the only one

You may think I’m a fool
Who is living in dreamland
Rather that, than like you
Who are walking on quicksand, oh

So tired, worn out, my tears are gone
Outsider but not the only one
So tired, worn out, my tears are gone
Outsider is what I have become

So tired, worn out, my tears are gone
Outsider but not the only one, oh