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We should apologize to our humanity


Artist: Georges Dwailibi
Artist's Description
Thoughtful song about the reality of our humanity and the challenges it’s facing. Between inspiration and meditation through our own personal existence in this humanity, the lyrics come to question our perspective to play a valuable role inside.

Genre(s): Rock
Mood(s): Peaceful, Thoughtful
Style(s): Gospel Hour, Humanity, Inspirational, Peace
Language(s): English
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We should apologize to our humanity

By Georges Dwailibi
We thought we could reach the moon and beyond
We focused only on numbers
We counted the G, the Pixel and the K
1, 2-G and now we have 5-G
The G is our new conquest for speed
Pixel moved from 1 to 10 megapixel so we can see
Your selfie or the food you start to eat
Your salary is counted by how many K
It made you become obsessed and greed
You saw only this all over your way
We should apologize to our humanity, because we failed in our humility
We should apologize to our humanity, because we failed in our humility

Suddenly, somewhere, an intruder appeared
Artificially or naturally, maybe nobody knows
We don’t even know how we can be healed
We panic, not knowing when it goes
Lockdown covers all over the globe
Stay at home, don’t touch your face and don’t touch your nose
Our humanity, is it so weak ??
Yes it is, yes it is,
We should apologize to our humanity, because we failed in our humility
We should apologize to our humanity, because we failed in our humility

Our human nature is taking revenge on ourselves
These numbers can’t give us credibility
But we are humans with all our nobility
We did many great things
We should stand for this responsibility
And stay away from meanness
Artificial life will never provide immunity
This intruder came to remind us of this
We should apologize to our humanity, because we failed in our humility
We should apologize to our humanity, because we failed in our humility

©Georges Dwailibi

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