"Our Generation" as written by and John K. Wozniak....
Are you a child of the free to be you and me generation
And are you in tune with the world around you
I am a child of the free to be you and me generation
And I am with you in being in tune

We shall bring change to this place
Listen to the whistle of the planet twirlin' through space
Singin la la la la la la to the human race

(She says)
I believe I am the flower of life, the Earth
And the ocean oh oh
I believe I feel the power of light, vibrate
All around me oh oh
I believe you are the children of the one Great Spirit, oh oh

Are you a child of the free to be you and me generation
And are you confused with the world around you
I am a child of the free to be you and me generation
And I am with you in being confused

Children children can you hear it
Listen to the riddle in the melody by Great Spirit
Singin' la la la la la la there's nothin' to it
(He says)
I believe I am the flower of life, the air
And the sunshine oh oh
I believe I am the power of light, the motive
For the universe oh oh
I believe you are the children of the one
Mother Earth oh oh


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"Our Generation" as written by John K. Wozniak

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    General CommentIt seems as if Wozniak is describing our current generation as one that was supposed to be revolutionary and wonderful, but in reality, it is no extraordinary time. But in fact, this generation has been all hype, but no substance, leaving the ones who see through the hype in a state of confusion, wondering where the substance has gone. It kind of seems like he is questioning the postmodern generation. While the postmodern generation allows for nothing to be wrong with no absolutes, which seems like absolute freedom, people are left with nothing in a world where everything is right.
    airlocke44on October 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song talks alot about earth worship, and the relationship with a generation that is to bring change and unity. And from what I can tell from the almost cheery lyrics... A Utopia? Earth is our creator and earth is our responsability, deffinently a Buddhist-like outlook.

    Such a cool idea too.
    buddhagoblinon August 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this song may possibly be about the use of LSD or a similar substance, because of the possible reference to the quote by Timothy Leary "Turn on, Tune In, and Drop out", which actually has nothing to do with school as so many people think. This song actually describes very well how I feel when i use Salvia.
    helix1928on June 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think this song may possibly be about the use of LSD or a similar substance, because of the possible reference to the quote by Timothy Leary "Turn on, Tune In, and Drop out", which actually has nothing to do with school as so many people think. This song actually describes very well how I feel when i use Salvia.
    helix1928on June 21, 2007   Link

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