The kids these days, they can't go to sleep without the TV on
Just take a look, I bet you won't ever find them snuggled next to a book
Or without every goddamn light on in the house
Didn't Momma tell you that you'll burn it down?

So let's pretend that the the commercials will transcend
Into our dreams when we finally pass out
So when we wake up we'll already be numb
And we won't have to think all day

So let's just take our thoughts and just bottle them up
'Cause they're only gonna get in the way
And who's to say that the parents are to blame?
And who's to say that it's anybody's fault at all?

Innocent, young and sweet
Watch their eyes twitch as they sleep
And their little hands curl up

So let's pretend that the the commercials will transcend
Into our dreams when we finally pass out
So when we wake up we'll already be numb
And we won't have to think all day


Lyrics submitted by concreteblues

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