「Livin' In A World (They Didn't Make)」の歌詞 Janet Jackson

1989/9/19 リリース
作詞
HARRIS JAMES SAMUEL III,LEWIS TERRY STEVEN
作曲
HARRIS JAMES SAMUEL III,LEWIS TERRY STEVEN
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Children are called the future of an adult world
They are born with spirits so innocent
'till we teach them how to hate

Add to the world's confusion
We teach our kids rules
That we don't adhere to ourselves
Right or wrong

What example can they take
The people we learn from
Forge the ideas we become

Living in a world they didn't make
Living in a world that's filled with hate
Living in a world where grown-ups break the
rules
Living in a world they didn't make
Paying for a lot of adult mistakes
How much of this madness can they take
Our children

Children grow to become our young adults
Problems of the world
They must learn how to confront
Doing drugs and joining gangs to rebel
Colors show they belong
To the social override
'cause they're living in a space
They feel out of place

Living in a world we didn't make
Living in a world that's filled with hate
Living in a world where grown-ups break the
rules
Living in a world we didn't make
Paying for a lot of adult mistakes
How much of this madness can we take
As children