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(this generation now) 

Ugh if you weather that storm 
Then that rain bring sun 
Been a long time comin'
I know change gon' come 
Man I gotta keep
stand
(I'm a man) Am I by
(I'm a man) I'm your slave
(I'm a man) I'm a little girl when we make love together

Hey, hey, hey
Jude, don't make it bad
Take
You say you fight to give us freedom
But often more than not this is abused
And the faces of a tired generation
Have decided they are sick
On some Malcolm Gladwell, David Bowie meets Kanye shit
This is dedication
A life lived for art is never a life wasted
Ten thousand

Ten thousand hours
On some Malcolm Gladwell, David Bowie meets Kanye shit
This is dedication
A life lived for art is never a life wasted
Ten thousand

Ten thousand hours
choice

My being different to you still makes me a man
And soon I'm gonna let the world know who I am

We're the forgotten generation
But we know
the lost generation

This ain't meant to be preached on
This here meant to be teached on
I know that you ain't got much time
I promise this rhyme won't take
Well how do you do private William Mcbride
Do you mind if I sit here down by your graveside?
I'll rest for awhile in the warm summer sun
I've been
Z)

It really just comes down to sex and power (Generation Z)
I bet the last man standing, the last human on this planet 
(Generation Z, Generation
fists into the air, turn off your TV and sing this song with me 

This is our generation's call to make a stand - a declaration
Come together, rise up all
But I know why you do the things you do

And I curse the man that made you what you are today
I hope he dies a thousand times a thousand ways
Your eyes
to the freaks 
Do you feel the power 
Do you feel the power 
From the man whose voice sounds reassuring 
Completely firm and so alluring, Like's he's lived
were kids 
And I'll carry the scars of generations gone by 
I'll pray for you always, and I promise you this 
I'll carry on, I'll carry on 

And oh,
cause you mad outta order 
Beyond categories, another East side story Uh 
That's three thousand miles ago 
Cause cats are shook by past crooks 
Doin'
generation
When you look out of your window (Look out this evening)
Tell me what do you see
If it's a world without a father
Then you're looking at me
When Charlie speaks of Lester
You know someone great has gone
The sweetest swinging music man
Had a Porkie Pig hat on
A bright star
In a dark
When Charlie speaks of Lester
You know someone great has gone
The sweetest swinging music man
Had a Porkie Pig hat on
A bright star
In a dark
really even care about is myself
I don't know a single thing about the situation
But why should I care about the next generation
I've got everything I need
When Charlie speaks of Lester
You know someone great has gone
The sweetest swinging music man
Had a Porkie Pig hat on
A bright star
In a dark
What you know eternally 

Ten years running blind and aimlessly 
Warming by the fires of bridges burning 
Ten thousand peering eyes that can only see
Throughout the generations flags of peace and treaties sworn
A decade passes by it's just the calm before the storm
An age-old situation that it
don't change the way you feel when I do the things I do
But I get by because you try so hard to understand
And to accept this weakness in your man
don't change the way you feel when I do the things I do
But I get by because you try so hard to understand
And to accept this weakness in your man
the American Man

Free men
Haunted by the music
Ghosts of generations
Beat the drums for freedom
Those who toiled and suffered
Now those they try
my words I meant it
Protected by the First Amendment
If this was Iraq I'd a been beheaded
Instead of sparkin a dime log
I'd be hangin in Baghdad