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We will forget those happy times,
When we walked along singin' nursery rhymes.
We'd skip in puddles of fresh clean rain,
And didn't care about world's pain.
They stab at backs and kill your life,
Caring more about their broken knife.
Our body temperatures will fall,
'Cause nobody's holding us at all.
We'll all grow numb to beautiful things,
Because we saw it on TV,
And then a boy will soon enough,
Say, "Mommy, how do you spell love."