"The 13th Generation" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, Michael Anthony Sadler, James Dickson Crichton and James Gerad Gilmour....
The year is 1945
And number 12 has now arrived
This is where we all came from
Can you undo what we have done?
It's time to face our own worst fears
The 13th generation's here
And what you see is what you get
So take a seat we're not done yet
So here we are!
We've reached the top floor
We've pushed all the buttons
There aren't any more
Do you think it's time
That we all took a break?
Or maybe we should cross our fingers
And sit here and wait
Now that you're here
Did you think there was more?
Hey! Get those grubby fingers
Away from that door
Why are you standing there
Wearing that frown?
We've got somewhere to go
We can all go down!
And now that you've had
The ride of your life
Have you got any questions
I don't charge for advice
Why are you standing there
Wearing that frown?
We've got somewhere to go
We can all go down!
After 1944
Number 11 ends the war
This is where we all came from
Can you undo what we have done
It's time to face our own worst fears
The 13th generation's here
And what you see is what you get
So take a seat, we're not done yet


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"The 13th Generation" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton James Dickson Crichton

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