"We Are The Battery Human" as written by and Brian David James Briggs....
Where are we going this fine morning?
What are we doing this fine day?
We're doing the same as every morning

We're staying inside on this fine morning
Staying inside on this fine day
We'll stare at a screen like every morning

And outside the window spring is here
We're going to hibernate all year
Under a pile of A4 snowflakes

'Cause we're the new generation
We are the battery human
But we were born to be free range

We've got the the whole at our fingers
We've got the whole world in our hands
We get the blues as we grow richer

'Cause we need to fix our loose connection
Out in the natural world wide web
We're humans evolved in three dimensions

We were tuned in by natural selection
And we need to go online each day
But inside we don't get no reception

So join the new revolution
To free the battery human
'Cause we were born to be free range

We are the new generation
We are the battery human
But we were born to be free range


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"We Are the Battery Human" as written by Brian David James Briggs

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  • +2
    Lyric CorrectionYou've written:
    "We're got the the whole at our fingers"

    While it's actually:
    "We've got the whole world at our fingers"

    Probably just an oversight...
    lionheadon February 08, 2011   Link
  • +1
    Song Meaningfrom the horse's mouth:

    Brian: In Britain, battery hens is the name for caged hens, so what it means is that we are the caged human. And this is about how we need to get outside more.
    saintannstrackon December 28, 2010   Link

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