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Published on Oct 11, 2009
Move! There's no telling what I'ma do I'm eighty-thousand years of natural selection comin through You ain't got as much aggression, possessions, weapons I'll be damned if I get outdone by the next man If you're beliefs are different than mine, then we gonna fight Who needs peace when you can profit from being right? I hold picket signs outside abortion clinic doors Take what I want with force And my God could kill yours
(???) species evolving so slowly Genetically infantile, violent and holy We think we're so smart but there's not much to know Caveman is still alive behind those robot eyes Fully controlled by ten thousand year old instincts Hands on the war button, flinch and your world's extinct This is technology for the barbarian I see the future: the past, we'll be there again
Remember, the atom bomb takes the same place as Hiroshima
Die dirty hippy commie scum Christian Muslim Buddhist Jew Democrat factory workin college student youth My nervous system don't take no bullshit Been dominating since the day I touched the monolith I only breed with sex-symbol worthy women They stay at home and cook while I go out a make a living Don't challenge my ego, don't step on my shoe Otherwise the next wake that you attend might be for you
Climbing my (???), I'm battling uphill The fight against ape-hood is fate versus free will We think we're advanced but there's nowhere to go Mammals stay captive to animal actions So slowly we climb up this DNA brick wall Addicted to emptiness, anger and pitfalls Desire for space, territory, or lust We'll eventually turn this whole planet to dust
There can be no peace when man is still a part of it
Purpose, perseverance, wordless amoeba surface To lead the first coherent paleolithic circus Specific neuro-circuits link man and Neanderthal However, recent bio-chemical imprints conflict with primitive urges It's full blown ontological warfare Murdering memories in the future two million years Cases of worry often say, 'But it can't exist as long as the ape is here to stay'