"Modern World" as written by Ryland Blackinton and Alexandro Fransisco Suarez....
The time of our lives we would like to forget
The constant reminders, the constant regret
Driving in circles all night long
Could you turn up the volume? It’s my favorite song

Watch your step, careful what you say
They’re bound to be talking by the end of the day
We see your true colors, pink, yellow, white
The old folks they love it, losing their sight

We’ve been here far too long to understand the Modern World
Let’s break away

These homes are all broken, kids haven’t a clue
If you were as wasted, neither would you
We tried to outrun you, fast as we can
If you are a lion, I am a lamb

A bitter remark, a slap in the face
Here comes your mother, falling from grace
Look in the mirror, what do you see?
The one thing you hated
Don’t you know that we…

We’ve been here far too long to understand the Modern World
Let’s break away

We’ve been here far too long to understand the Modern World
Let’s break away



Lyrics submitted by groundflower

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    General Commentgranted this is about florida, i feel like a lot of kids feel like this when they're stuck in their town for far too long
    groundfloweron March 20, 2008   Link

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