Generation Death

There goes a generation that won’t put a cross next to your name.

The traitor is among us
Standing right before our eyes
We let him keep on lying
As our generation dies
Tomorrow there’s no future
For no life exists today
Burn deserter’s buildings down
To teach them we won’t pay

We are the future of this world
Destroyed by those before us
A nauseating burden on our shoulders

Violence, the only way
Make the media respond
All the young ones are to blame
Our anarchistic bond
Count is in, your lucks gone cold
No, you won’t celebrate
Another term, on your back
Now we won’t take the bait

We are the future of this world
Destroyed by those before us
A nauseating burden on our shoulders

We won’t take this: generation screwed
Over by the bastards that we couldn’t remove
None of the affected could even cast a vote
Praying on the youth to remove all hope

The future has gone cold again
Plain as day, the lies they tell
We listen and believe them
Hypnotising, like a spell
The traitor is among us
Standing right before our eyes
The bastard keeps on lying
As our generation dies

We are the future of this world
Destroyed by those before us
A nauseating burden on our shoulders

We won’t take this: generation black
None of us will ever dare to turn our back
None of the affected could even cast a vote
Praying on the youth to remove all hope

We are the future of this world
Destroyed by those before us
A nauseating burden on our shoulders

We won’t take this: generation screwed
Over by the bastards that we couldn’t remove
We won’t take this: generation black
None of us will ever dare to turn our back
We won’t take this: generation nought
Denied an education that we never shall be taught
We won’t take this: generation red
Converted by the monsters who would kill us dead!
None of the affected could even cast a vote
Praying on the youth to remove all hope

We were the future of this world!


Author’s note: I am on holiday this week. For this reason, I will be unable to reblog/share any of the great poems or stories that appear on my dash. Instead, please enjoy these lyrics – they are several years old, but some of them have never been published before.

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