-Sometimes I look outside and I see the rusty sky.
-Now it's hard to believe that it once was blue.
-There is nothing to see for the generation of the new.
-With these clouds that block with grey, I can take my eyes away.
-And I want it to change some day, this all that I pray.
-All that I can say is that this is not our fault.
-No more day and no more night, no more war and no more fright.
-Nothing moves and nothing lives, nobody left and no one gives.
-All that's left is a cold dead world, plants are all dead curled.
-Back in the time of Y2K, George Bush came to play.
-This was a race of close proportions, sadly who lost was Gore.
-Promise of progress and reform, he was just some congress whore.
-Oh god please if Al Gore won, there would be no nucing wars.
-And with real reform done, I could feel grass between my toes.
-Too bad this never happened, no more crying I'm composed.
-No more plants and no more trees, not but a simple breeze.
-Not a lake filled with water, no more sons and no more daughters.
-All vaccines gone from land, none left for my special man.
Daughter: Daddy, what was it like when you were a kid?
Dad: Well, you could go outside and play, even without these metal suits.
Son: What about the radiation?
Dad: That wasn't a problem back then, my how much times have changed.
-Warant had gotten this all right, April 2031.
-When all hell broke loose, Korea fired its gun.
-Six and a half billion gone, nobody won we just lost.
-At that time we all gave up, now we lack god as our boss.
-What they called the son of god, his name just makes me hurl.
-My son, a visioned man, can change a broken world.
-No new sky's and no new air, we all got some funky hair.
-Few old men but much more new, a generation of the new.
-Reconstruction of society, this one will have to care.
-Smarter people will take our place, the better of the few.
-I'll live my days full of life, but I really wish for more.
-I sing this song cause I have to say, we are the people after war.
Son: What will we do now?
Dad: We will start fixing what our ancestors caused. Me, you, and your children will create a better world. One where we can breath real air and one where things aren't artificial but real. We need to be humans who care for this world. We need to because we are the people after war.