• Where'd All The Good People Go?

    Good People

    By Jack Johnson

     

    Well you win, it's your show now
    So what's it gonna be
    'Cause people will tune in
    How many train wrecks do we need to see
    Before we lose touch of
    We thought this was low
    It's bad getting worse so

    Where'd all the good people go,
    I've been changing channels
    I don't see them
    On the TV shows
    Where'd all the good people go,
    We got heaps and heaps of what we sow

    We got this and that
    With a rattle of tat
    Testing, one two
    Man what you gonna do
    Bad news, misused
    Got too much to lose
    Gimme some truth
    Now whose side are we on
    Whatever you say, turn on the boob tube
    I'm in the mood to obey
    So lead me astray, and by the way now

    Where'd all the good people go,
    I've been changing channels I don't see them
    On the TV shows
    Where'd all the good people go,
    We got heaps and heaps of what we sow

    Sitting around feeling far away
    So far away but I can feel the debris
    Can you feel it
    You interrupt me from a friendly conversation
    To tell me how great it's all gonna be
    You might notice some hesitation
    It's important to you it's not important to me
    But way down by the edge of your reason
    Well it's beginning to show
    And all I really want to know is

    Where'd all the good people go,
    I've been changing channels
    I don't see them on the TV shows
    Where did all the good people go,
    We got heaps and heaps of what we sow

    They got this and that
    With a rattle of tat
    Test down, one two
    Man what you gonna do
    Bad news, missed use
    Gimme some truth
    You got too much to lose
    Now whose side are we on
    But anyway, okay, whatever you say,
    Wrong or resolute, I'm in the mood to obey
    Station through station
    Desensitizing the nation

    Where did all the people go?

    Going, going, gone

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