Future
Now where's the future
We are the future
Now where's the future

Sitting in class watching spaceships launch
All the kids wanted to become astronauts
By the time we graduated probably blast to Mars
The last generation taking NASA tours
Drew pictures of the planets we'd be visiting soon
Float like motherfucker, live on the moon

Now we singing the tune, 'bout 20 years later
All talkin' bout space but we'll never go there
All good, I don't care, I'd rather be here,
'Cause if you scream there, nobody can hear
And by the turn of the century fear is all we heard
Four fierce little words: "The end is near"

You can't see the stars when the city lights glare
That's a pity right there, a minimal hassle.
Cancel your plans to Uranus, you asshole
And come back to Earth where the rest of us work.

Chorusx2:
Because the future is not what it used to be
Now she look hella booty when she cruise the streets
Looking for love from abusers, used to dream
And now she dream about dreamin' when she goes to sleep.

Better watch it cause they been watching us
You gotta walk to the people, not talk to us
There will never be another Tupac, you chumps (hey)
Later for that.
A full tank of gas is a pair of new chucks
Face the fact, it's too much for most people,
Not enough for them,
And I only trust people who don't ask for shit
When disaster hits and the blanket lifts
Suddenly cats get reminded that class exists
People feel so bad that they can't resist
Making a contact sport out of ass and lips
They mastered this, so much that they chapped they they shit
Pattin they backs, "we compassionate"
Have a blast on your guilt trip, fucker godspeed
See you at the next new cause of the week.

Chorusx2
because the future is not what it used to be
beacause the future is not what it used to be
we are the future
now where's the future.


Lyrics submitted by Weeksy

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