The walls of prejudice

Verse 1

Walking down the road,

People staring and glaring, like something is wrong

Like there's something that hasn't been done that needs to be done

Something about us

It's like a bubble of something impenetrable fills the mind of the people

The feeling that we don't belong among you

(Chorus)

We're not different; just born with limits

We're not what we look like, but what we are inside

I'll break it down, those

Walls of prejudice

That keep us apart from society

Which creates the scenario of "us" and "them"

Verse 2

Staring at us as if we're strangers,

Eyes mingled with many emotions

Exactly what each are, doesn't matter, it's the sum

They look at me, as if I'm some bum

A stranger in his own country,

Who is on the streets because I'm allowed by the government

(Chorus)

We're not different; just born with limits

We're not what we look like, but what we are inside

Yet you all act as if we're the ones to abide

Go back to the 1970's

I'll break it down, those

Walls of prejudice

That keep us apart from society,

Which creates the scenario of "us" and "them"

Verse 3

I used to wonder if it was I that had done something wrong

But then I realized it wasn't that simple

Yet everyone "like me" knows what being different means

It means you're unwanted, pushed away and overshadowed,

Because you stick out from the larger group,

And you're responsible for it

And then they creates such walls with their glares

(Chorus)

We're not different; just born with limits

We're not what we look like, but what we are inside

We want to open your eyes and be accepted

That way, we may accept you as well

"Handicapped or not doesn't matter,"

That's all we're saying

I'll break it down, those

Walls of prejudice

That keep us apart from society,

Which creates the scenario of "us" and "them"