Album: Wide Awake! (2018)
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  • Faced with a decision
    What do I call bullshit?
    A contemporary dilemma
    Can I allow this?

    Normalization, what am I thinking?
    Immunization, power conditioning

    Nothing is normal
    Manipulated into believing
    I'm exercising skepticism
    Honesty is everything

    Normalization, processed reality
    Immunization of what goes on

    Lately I've been curious, wondering
    Do I pass the Turing test? Do I think?
    I'm not sure I wanna know (better safe)
    Can I accept this? (better safe than sorry)

    Normalization, collective witnessing
    Immunization of human sympathy
    Normalization, prefab experience
    Immunization, perceived autonomy Writer/s: Andrew Savage, Austin Bradley Brown, Maxwell Savage, Sean Yeaton
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