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Machines Rule the World

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Machines Rule the World

Bleep and ring are all I hear
A machines demand to be attended by man
No beast cares for you oh dishwasher
Dolphins will not surf the net
Monkeys don't swing to the music on that radio
The only animal ruled by the machine
Is the one who created the supposed need for one
No moment goes by without that dreaded beast
Always making sounds nothing else can make
Yet man believes that he needs you oh thing without a heart
Cars and computers everywhere you look
Phones used to communicate everywhere I go
The air bombarded by noise abound
Yet all crave the silence of the forest
The feeling of a warm hand and not a machines part

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