Mock The Music (Children 18:3)

Play me the empty space behind my eyes They're yelling and screaming But all I keep hearing is blah, blah, blah, blah They're talking about the girls and boys making too much noise And the problems to solve them but it doesn't involve them I thought about this too much and it's clear that it's unclear Unless you believe them, believe them and I won't do it It's alright it's a stereotype And I don't mind if you use it It's alright you can say what you like Just don't mock the music Blame me but you're nothing impressive at all I'm happy to smile I'm happy to nod If you're happy with making it up They're talking about the girls and boys making too much noise Through the playgrounds and backgrounds And speeding through small towns I thought about this today and it's strange But it came to me as I was leaving believing I won't do it It's alright it's a stereotype And I don't mind if you use it It's alright you can say what you like Just don't mock the music The ropes were all tangled And the battle lines drawn And I've marked off my space in the room you can't cross I wanted to be different But he's always been the same And I can't, no I can't try and win this for you I won't do it