It’s never easy to be a man, we stand to pain the world,
Throwing our weight down on every boy and girl,
Who thinks they wish to be different to us,
And we never understand the consequence.
How we grow and tear the world apart,
Never looking within too far,
Enough to understand, the ways
To change ourselves to more than man.
It’s never easy to read, your heroes,
You’ve grown to love and care,
Have alcoholic demons, which they’re
Happy to throw down on anyone who enters.
Without their clothes, they frighten those,
Who need the jobs to succeed in roles,
And climb a ladder to the throes, while others,
They’re just researching naked boys.
Guitarists, artists, they work their magic craft,
And it’s hard to be part of a gender that makes me laugh,
But cry of this bygone cruel active throws,
Seeking to bring this world to a close,
Aboding, loading, never knowing the means to understand,
This that we’ve made- it’s never easy to be a man.