there was a time when all the shadows of these tall buildings would throw their cape around each corner of the grassy field and one by one, each new shade, would cover the green with black; allowing changes that we could not have foreseen
everybody let us gaze upon the world we’ve created and let’s rest our eyes upon the great machine, as we wave goodbye feel the evening breeze caress your smile, the cities are dying as we watch it fall to a modern state, a modern time
remember when we’d hear the distant sound of human life? a zillion noises whip our eyes that travel through the sky and one by one, each little sound, has faded away with time, allowing changes that we could not have foreseen
everybody let us say goodbye to all our notions ‘cause there’s not enough to say that we’re humane, when we’re left behind it’s too late to think that we can worship human emotions ‘cause we’ve already evolved into machines, in our minds.