"Generation Y" as written by Julian Thomas Hamilton, Gavin Ross Crawcour, Julian Andrew Hewitt and Susannah Amy Legge....
I'm sick and tired of apathy and Cobain tributes.
Buy some time and make a bid for Generation Y.
Why can't I get it together?
Meet me tonight on MySpace I'll be there waiting.
A back lit sky could be nuclear, or just a late sunrise
The day is waiting.

Another stolen glance on a Friday night,
But you could never know.
That this is not a life it is an addiction
Across the bar, I watch you dance,
But never mind.
It's over now for Generation Y.

French Vogue knows that spiders cling to models faces.
Another high-rise, a facsimile of the mottos of our youth
So long ago I don't recall them.

(A beating heart in a dark club
You’re not, from the town that I grew up in
My friends do all the things that other folks do to keep the world from closing in.
Take my hand and come back to the town that I grew up in)

Another stolen glance
(Throw out all the clothes you own)
On a Friday night
(Throw out all the things you know)
You could never know
(This is not a life it is an addiction)
Across the bar
(Throw out all your comfy shoes)
I watch you dance
(Throw out all your videos)
We never mind, it's over now for Generation Y




Lyrics submitted by TheDirge

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