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The Kids Aren't Alright

The Offspring

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When we were young the future was so bright
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The old neighborhood was so alive
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And every kid on the whole damn street
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Was gonna make it big and not be beat
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Now the neighborhood's cracked and torn
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The kids are grown up but their lives are worn
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How can one little street
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Swallows so many lives
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Chances thrown
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Nothing's free
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Longing for
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What used to be
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Still it's hard
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Hard to see
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Fragile lives
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Shattered dreams
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Jamie had a chance, well she really did
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Instead she dropped out and had a couple of kids
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Mark still lives at home cause he's got no job
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He just plays guitar and smokes a lot of pot
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Jay committed suicide
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Brandon OD'd and died
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What the hell is going on
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The cruelest dream: reality
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Chances thrown
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Nothing's free
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Longing for
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What used to be
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Still it's hard
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Hard to see
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Fragile lives
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Shattered dreams
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Chances thrown
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Nothing's free
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Longing for
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What used to be
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Still it's hard
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Hard to see
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Fragile lives
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Shattered dreams
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"The Kids Aren't Alright" is a song by The Offspring. It is from the band's fifth studio album "Americana", released on 10 November 1998. The song is written by singer and rhythm guitarist Dexter Holland. The music video is directed by Yariv Gaber, nominated for Best Direction on the MTV Video Music Awards. The visuals in the video are made with rotoscoping animation techniques.

Music Video℗ OffspringVEVO

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