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MGMT – The Youth lyrics

This is a call of arms to live and love and sleep together
We could flood the streets with love or light or heat whatever
Lock the parents out, cut a rug, twist and shout
Wave your hands
Make it rain
For stars will rise again

The youth is starting to change
Are you starting to change?
Are you?

In a couple of years
Tides have turned from booze to tears
And in spite of the weather
We could learn to make it together

The youth is starting to change
Are you starting to change?
Are you?

The youth

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    This song is about love and worldly conflicts in every subtle kind of way. Simple as.
    Its basically saying how no matter what you do in life, make it for the greater good. Make it so there is only a happy ending. "love or light or heat whatever". Happiness lies in simplicity, and understainding one another instead of remprimanding people from the past until today. That's why it asks are you starting to change? To make this world a better place! Its love and peace all the way.
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