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Do you ever feel like
that something aint right?
There's a pit in your stomach
that tells you we should be so much better now
Do you ever feel you
live in a moral vacuum?
There's no right there's no wrong,
no black, no white
just grey, grey area.
We traded all our leadership for screens
We've traded all our hearts for circuitry
i want mine back
We won’t rest till
Everyone is digital
Everyone’s a telephone
But we'll live forever.
We can’t stop till
We're all running on lithium
Everyone is plugged in
And all our heads are buried
Do you take some issue with
What we teach our children
When our food is frozen
And we can't stand up
But we've all got Netflix
Does it ever phase you..
That somebody died for you
So you could drink your latte and watch your flat screen
Oh we traded all our souls for faster speeds
We’ve idolized the worst that we can be
There's no danger in us blaming infancy
If we’re straddled on the choices and we vow, we never will repeat
OH OH OH
But I can’t be the one who's casting stones
For I've mined for, and I've crafted my glass house
But I can be the one who says I was wrong now
I can be the one to fix the world if I can only fix myself.
I will be the beacon of the failure I must not become
The sponsored ad of my refrain
that tells the world that I was here.