Build those walls and protect your shame,
Let the foundation be as tough,
One brick at a time is enough.
And if the earth forgets your name,
No It would not be the first time,
Murder is never our worst crime.
We did conquer before we came,
They don’t have to say it today,
But our kindness sent us away.
I’d promise to not be the same.
A promise that’s not often true
Is a lie that is good to you.
So bear the burden and the blame,
The worst death is staying alive.
Save a breath if you must survive.