All children brought into this world are born innocent And free from prejudice Hatred and oppression But soon their minds are screwed up by the lies The morals and traditions of society Soon the words they speak reflect the values of their elder And the seed of fear and anger once again begins to grow Once again imposed on the next generation The onle way to kill this weed is to resist And erase the prejudice inside ourselves And one day we might change this world Don't let that seed of fear and anger take root Don't let that seed of fear and anger take root Once again imposed by the next generation The only way to kill this weed is to resist And erase the prejudice inside ourselves And one day we might change this world And one day we might change this world


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