(Spoken Sample)
In accordance with our instructions
we continued toward the planet which its inhabitants called the “Earth”
in order to study their mode of life.
The intelligent creatures on this planet call themselves “human beings”
and they exist in an amazing variety of conditions.

We've studied hard
and taken everything apart
while the weather down here gets so freakin' hot.

Married in a burning church
while the bombs above us burst.
The last ones here on Earth

Our friends
clear off the roads
and leave us all alone.
Will they make us go?
They'll have to take us both.

Suppose I'm scared
of solar flares,
holes in ozone layers,
and dying polar bears.

I'm afraid
of tidal waves
and radiation from the microwaves.
I don't want us just to fight all day.

Bodies raining down around us.
Counting down the hours.
a blur of hurricanes birthing flames and polyurethane.
The bridges all were burnt.
The lights and phones don't work.
The last ones here on Earth.

Nothing goes before it's turn.
Watching all before it's birth
till it's specks of dust
just like the rest of us.

Suppose I'm scared
of solar flares,
of holes in ozone layers,
of dying polar bears.

And I'm afraid
of tidal waves
and radiation from the microwaves
and I don't want us just to fight all day.

Flying planes fall from the sky in flames.
The oceans flood
and the ground below us opens up.
Our vows are all rehearsed
as we march into the dirt.
The last ones here on earth.


Lyrics submitted by CommieRatDaron

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