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Now in the twenty fist century
Now is like the land of despair
Now there's so much uncertainty                                                               
Now tensions are starting to flare                                                                 

Now, there’s a different set of moods
Now, is this completely different era
Now, is like a change in altitudes                                           RE
Now, not so referring to the weather
                                                                                                                  
Now, times they just seem awful
Now, measures taken are drastic                                                                        
Now, just seems so unreasonable
Now, I think is just way to plastic                                                                          

Now, havoc is starting to reek                                                                              
Now, I ask who dose then rule
Now, the future seems so bleak                                                                          
Now, the world has gone cruel


iNSPIERD BY FRIENDS GROUP CONVERSATIONS OVER YEARS
PAST AND PRESENT ALSO TAKING EXCERTS FROM OTHERS iVE WROTE A NEW AGE
JILTED GENERATION WORLDS STATE ECT FOLLOWING SAME PATTERN
AS  THOUGHTS FEELNGS WITH YOU WITH OUT YOU
 WRITTEN BY MY SELF DAVID SCOTT OCTOBER 2012
PART TWO TO THIS IS CALLED   THEN  2012

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