Too Many

- Sloan
Released: N/A Genres: Rock
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Lyric "Too Many"
Let's get something straight
No one decides another person's fate
I tried to look inside the head of all the changes planned
And now I can't believe my eyes

I never cozied up to hate
I try to pedal in a fog of love
And if believers couldn't see in it â€" oh my God
There'd be nobody left alive

You've got to fight for what you believe
Some people really really fight for what they believe in

And then the rain comes falling down upon your skin
Never washing off the reasons for the state we're in
It's the year two thousand and eight
Too many bombs ticking, lying in wait
And what are we going to do

There's too many of us
And there's so many more to come
There's too many people
Fighting wars that can't be won

Girl
Why do you do the things you do

And boys
You really know your black and blue, don't ya

You've learned to fight for what you believe
You've learned to fight for what you've been taught to believe
You stand so tall
And you know you know it all

Well when the pain's so bad you cancel all your plans
To bring a rain so hard and now it's on your hands
Just come on up, sit down and close your eyes
There's a coat you can have, it looks just your size
You'll be wearing it under the gun

There's too many of us
And there's so many more to come
There's too many people
Fighting wars that can't be won

There's just too many of us
And there's so many more to come
There's too-too-too many people
Fighting wars that can't be won
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Sloan

Sloan

Sloan is a Toronto-based rock/power pop quartet from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Throughout their nearly twenty-five-year career, Sloan has released 11 LPs, two EPs, a live album, a Greatest hits album and more than thirty singles. The band has received nine Juno Award nominations, winning one. The band is known for their sharing of songwriting from each member of the group and their unaltered line-up throughout their career. Their albums' success has made Sloan one of the most popular Canadian bands of all time.