"That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons of history." ~ Aldous Huxley
We must alter our behavior
Lest they bend us through control
As we flirt with grim disaster
In their twisted game of minds
This whole world is mired in words
Too much faith is staked on lies
Come September and it'll be last year
History repeats itself — History repeats!
The towers are coming down
During commercial-break distractions
Can we really justify such actions?
Can we even make peace anymore?
Never ready for indignity
Our social ignorance runs rampant
Nude and wild in broad daylight
Deja-Vu served up with trimmings
Voices crack due to tired insecurity
Exhausted by the laws
Of a mute and deaf GOD
Martyrs broken by his treachery
So light a lantern in the darkness
Prepare a pyre for the funeral
That all might be reborn
Bright as the skies' celestial eyes
Because History repeats itself —
History repeats ...