Treasure Island

Brie Carter

(March 12,1994 / Dalton)

Why has the world gone crazy?


Why has the world gone crazy?
People overdosing on drugs
Why has the world gone crazy?
You can't go outside without getting mugged.

Why has the world gone crazy?
People throwing their kids off a bridge
Why has the world gone crazy?
Everybody having sex before marriage

Why has the world gone crazy?
People going to war for no reason
Why has the world gone crazy?
Everyone's love for the world is leavin

I know I'm only 15
But I know the world is not a good place
America used to be the best place
Now it's a disgrace

The world has gone crazy
Because no one understands
That it's everyones responisibility
To be respectful to the land

The world has gone crazy
It seems that only I can see
That we need to change this place
So that everyone is truely free

Submitted: Thursday, May 28, 2009
Edited: Thursday, June 25, 2009

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