One day, a man with no allegiance shooed the songbirds from the trees.
One day, a priest with no religion shunned his flock to wear his fleece.
And in one day, everything had changed.
The victims were saddled with blame, as if by sleight of hand.
And those who were more equal than others grew fat from the land
At the expense of the man who once gave a damn.
Great desperation makes sweeter the call of the dice.
And blind indignation breeds hatred between you and I.
And one man couldn’t change a thing.
So one million men didn’t change a thing.