"Hello Cruel World" as written by Parthenon Huxley and Mark O. Everett....
Hello, cruel world, so this is you
A broken heart, the withered view
I'm looking out to face another day

The angry mob, the happy mass
This birthday cake may be the last
I'm looking out to find another way

Norman Rockwell colors fade
All my favorite things have changed
What the hell? Hello, cruel world

I thought I heard an opera star
Who had no home under the stars
She sang and sang and sang the night away

And Mother Nature changed her name
She doesn't want to play the game
I don't believe she'll ever be the same

So big brother never came
Howdy-Doodie gets the blame
But what the hell? Hello, cruel world

Fat and beautiful and strange
Monkeys dancing in a cage
But what the hell? Hello, cruel world

Venus de Milo grew an arm
And Old McDonald bought the farm
Say goodbye... Hello, cruel world

Norman Rockwell colors fade
All my favorite things have changed
But what the hell? Hello, cruel world

Fat and beautiful and strange
Monkeys dancing in a cage
But what the hell? Hello, cruel world

Say goodbye
Hello cruel world
But what the hell?
Hello cruel world
Hello
Hello
Oooh ooh
Hello cruel world


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