The Veldt

Album: Album Title Goes Here (2012)
Charted: 68
  • Happy life with the machines scattered around the room
    Look what they made, they made it for me happy, technology
    Outside the lions roam, feeding on remains
    We'll never leave, look at us now
    So in love with the way we are, here

    The world that the children made
    The world that the children made

    Every night they rock us to sleep, digital family
    Is it real or is it a dream, can you believe the machines
    Outside, the beating sun, can you hear the screams
    We'll never leave, look at us now
    So in love with the way we are, here

    The world that the children made
    The world that the children made, here
    The world that the children made, here
    The world that the children made

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    The world that the children made Writer/s: Joel Thomas Zimmerman, Christopher James Gutierrez
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing
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