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Jennifer Lost The War Lyrics

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"Jennifer Lost The War" is track #10 on the album Offspring. It was written by Bryan Holland.
"Jennifer Lost The War" is track #10 on the album Offspring. It was written by Bryan Holland.

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Jennifer lost the war today, they'll find her burnt and raped
Through it all, she must have wondered, "What have I done?"
But nobody really cares today, the world's a busy place
Guess she must've really sinned now, haa really sinned now

I guess we're all just soldiers
She was only six years old
Left to die by strangers
Her family waits
And if we're all just soldiers
Is it so wrong to be afraid?
Jennifer lost the war

Phoebe lost the war today, there must be some mistake
Say it happens all the time, and it's said and done
Little Miss fifteen sixty five your soul remains unclaimed
Guess you must've really sinned now, haa really sinned now

Morality won't help her
She lies silent in a morgue
All our sorrows were just
Don't count at all
But will the morning headlines
Even say that it's a shame
What are we headin' for?
Jennifer lost the war

Seen it all before
Silent on the ground as he's walkin' away
And I wonder how many more
Everybody take it like it's nothin' at all
Jennifer lost, lost, lost, lost the war now

I guess we're all just soldiers
She was only six years old
Left to die by strangers
Her family waits
And will the morning headlines
Even say that it's a shame
What are we headin' for?

Songwriters
BRYAN HOLLAND

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Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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