The Offspring: Future is Now Meaning
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Future is Now Lyrics
And tomorrow glass will grow
On the freedoms that divide us
They’re coming after me
Now who’s knock-knocking at your door?
A thought that starts a riot
They’re coming after me now
Life is not...
anonymous Oct 20th, 2014 10:39am report
A reflection of George Orwell's book 1984. "A thought that starts a riot. They're coming after me" references to the fact that a single negative thought towards the Party in '1984' would lead to a riot and your own demise as the Thought Police would come after you.
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