Tan residual es la tecnocracia que nos hace una en sociedad
Y es tan real como el egoísmo que nos hace andar
¿Será eso progresar?
O tal vez sea la excusa ideal para no tener que entender que es la humanidad

Soñar un futuro sin identidad y en masa
Es vivir la exclusión en la moralidad por mejorar

Legitimar oportunidades que el sistema dice asignar
Es revivir el rezo al progreso
para inmacular un pacto ancestral
La falsa idea de evolucionar
La estafa de querer creer,
viendo un futuro amanecer con la fe puesta en ver
Lograr a la ambición poder colonizar tu alma
Y así formar autómatas que piensen que es normal... progresar

Y allá vamos sin saber por que hay que llegar
Y en la inercia siento caer, nunca pude entender
Como en tanta miseria se puede creer
Razón y progreso parecen querer
Globalizar la estupidez con la fe puesta en ver

Lograr a la ambición poder colonizar tu alma
Y así formar autómatas que piensen que es normal progresar

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