"Brave New World" as written by Nicholas Edward Gilpin and Martin Koch....
So this a new beginning, as the new century dawns
The world's a better place for you and me
Shouldn't smoke or drink or watch that evil filthy porn.
Be Christian and God will set you free.
But being poor is worse than having AIDS,
The homeless live in boxes at our feet
Living in a constant state of dull frustrated rage,
The innocent shot daily in the street

[Chorus:]
Brave new world, brave new world, brave new world
[Repeat]

The government has always been you pal as you well know
Absolute corrupted power play,
If we all wipe each other out, it only goes to show
While the bureaucrats get richer by the day,
Smoking dope will get you more than murder one,
And even worse than statutory rape,
Don't understand your children, so you send them all to jail,
Believe me, you will never make a worse mistake.

[Chorus]

The government is coming and it wants to be your friend,
It wants to show you how to be a snitch
Inform upon your children, the inevitable end,
Is everyone's a victim but the filthy fucking rich,
And religion, like the monster that it is
Keeps telling you to turn the other cheek
God is on your side, but I don't think that you're on his,
If Jesus showed up now he'd be in jail by next week,

[Chorus]


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"Brave New World" as written by Martin Koch Nicholas Edward Gilpin

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    General Commentthis song is definetly about how screwed up our modern sociaty is. realy bout how the rich stomp on the poor and children die too young
    insane metal fanon February 13, 2005   Link
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    Song MeaningIt`s about how pathetic us humans have become.
    ssirrahon February 07, 2009   Link

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