There’s a war in the East so we’re told at least
There’s a war in the west, some just call it unrest
We feel shame. Who’s to blame? Well, it’s always the same.
And the times are once again changing.
We have conflict down south, it’s in everyone’s mouth.
Confrontation up north, refugees and so forth
Open borders for all, or build a wall, heed the call,
Well the times are once again changing.
There’s resentment and strife between man and wife
And a hostile fight between the left and right.
Is it Adam or June calls the tune night and noon?
The times are once again changing.
You better learn how to crawl. Those who triumphed will fall
Those who now dictate will soon find it too late
You’re corrupt, too well supped, and you can’t get it up
So the times are once again changing.
These times my dears, are not measured in years
They’re recorded in blood since before the great flood
If you do not belong then this song will sound wrong
But the times are once again changing.
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Unashamedly inspired by Bob Dylan's song, but times are once again doing so.