Aldous Huxley, Opened The Doors, To a Brave New World, Herald, A New Age. As you turn the page, Into our futures, You'll see. You thought utopia, You'll just die, When you realize -- Dystopia. Even more, Than 1984, Orwellian tendencies, Riddled with hypocrisies. You thought utopia, You'll just die, Here's your prize -- Dystopia. Since our birth, We had heaven on Earth, Yeah... utopia. Then, We insisted on Her evil twin, Dystopia. Like diarrhea, We're making a mess, All over this place, Creating our dystopia, So, that we are less. It's too late to save face... Hang our heads in disgrace. You thought utopia, Are ya gonna die? Was it a surprise -- Dystopia? Die. Stop. Eeeee! Yeah?
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