Verse 1:

Hardcore, the war
In Iraq, soldiers coming back
twisted and mangled
bloodied and tangled
heads in scarfs
legs torn apart
Blown by missiles
IED's and pistols
I mean the sickle
of death isn't far
on the battlefield
Scars from shattered shields
Battered faces
tattered clothes
Tasteless food
The mood is gray
love turns to hate
Wives and families displaced
Children looking for a place
to call their home
while their parents are gone
Unable to phone, all alone
Still they trudge, marching along
Not holding a grudge, what love
for a country whose government led them corrupt
On a path to self-destruct
I just hope I can interrupt and:

/Whisper words of wisdom/

War is hardcore, War is pain
War is hardcore, War is pain
War is damn sore from all those slain

War is hardcore, War is pain
War is hardcore, War is pain
War is damn sore from all those slain

Hardcore, the one hundred thousand Iraqi dead
Hardcore, the two-thousand three hundred US dead
Hardcore, the average Iraqi citizen who goes unfed
Hardcore, the terrorist whose religion is misled

But

Whisper words of wisdom
Whisper words of wisdom
Let it be, let it be
Let it be, let it be

Verse 2:

Let it be, peace
Let them not be deceased
Let the wars become obsolete
Let those dead rest in peace
Let our soldiers come back in one piece
Let cannabis be legal, pass around some keef
Let the civil wars in Africa decrease
Let's embrace the Chinese
but Let Tibet be free
Let our country bring the peace
Let the US truly be free
Let harmless pot-smokers go free
Decreasing the diseases
Poverty leaving, sharing the good seasons
Is that not the highest value of human reason?

War is hardcore, War is pain
War is hardcore, War is pain
War is damn sore from all those slain

War is hardcore, War is pain
War is hardcore, War is pain
War is damn sore from all those slain

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