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The Gray Race
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Written by: Greg Graffin, Brian Baker
Released in: 1995
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The framework of the world is black and white,
The infrastructure builders flex their might,
Turning true emotion into digital expression:
One by one we all fall down.

The gray race shrivels, trapped inside,
The world it creates is black and white. [2x]

The perpetual destructive motion machine
Began to chart a course never before seen,
Turning raw compassion into fields of plus and minus:
One by one we all give in.

The gray race shrivels, trapped inside,
The world it creates is black and white. [2x]

I'd swear there were times when I was someone else,
A person with determination and knowledge of the self,
But you flattened me to rubble and now I can see
That I'm just faded negative of the image I used to be.

Just a shadow. And that's our dilemma.

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Album version
2:06 The Gray Race 6996-1 Europe 12" 2013
2:06 The Gray Race 6996-1 Europe 12" 2013
2:06 The Gray Race 6996-1 United States 12" 2010
2:06 The Gray Race 6996-2 Europe CD 2008
2:06 The Gray Race 88697101822 Germany CD 2007
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Live Loreley Festival 1996
The Grey Race - Video EP Europe DVD 2003
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2:06 Punk Rock Songs (The Epic Years) n/a Malaysia MC 2009
2:06 Punk Rock Songs (The Epic Years) EPC507628 2 Germany CD 2002
2:06 Punk Rock Songs (The Epic Years) EPC 507628 9 Germany CD 2002
2:06 Punk Rock Songs (The Epic Years) South Korea CD 2002
2:06 Punk Rock Songs (The Epic Years) EICP-96 Japan CD 2002
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