Out The Window

I was standing in a field with concrete skies and plastic trees.
Look out over a narrow sea of stillness and death.
Cell phones, Ipods, television, video games with instant messaging.
Corporate kid shows with advertisements for the military.

Wires everywhere careful where you glare.
Don't run too far unattended,
You might fall into a black hole where they want you to.
So you don't think too far ahead.

The sun has melted through,
What do we do when everything we knew has gone out the window?
The sun has melted through,
What do we do when everything's a mess?
I don't feel any less human.

Wires wires everywhere,
In our food and in our hair,
We're not left alone on our own for too long.
Franchise pharmacy freedom degradation,
Intel inside clueless nation.
Intelligence thrown aside,
Who are we? We're nothing.