The Future (The Limousines)

Can't help but wonder 'bout what's underneath these city streets The wires and cables tangled up, connecting everything And down below, we'll find the bones of people from the past People with dreams about the future And when we die, our empty bodies turn to dust There'll be no pit of fire No angels singing songs for us There's nothing we can say that people won't forget someday There's nothing we can do that matters And that's okay Just when you think you've got it all worked out That's probably when they'll put you in the ground Just when I think I've got it all worked out That's probably when they'll put me in the ground Ain't got much faith in God or modern-day mythology The lies and fables, fate, and luck directing everything So down we go like dominoes; our lives go by too fast Nobody lives to see the future And when we die, buildings and bridges left to rust No heaven in the sky, no pearly gates on clouds and stuff The monuments we build will crumble and decay someday There's nothing we can do that matters Just when you think you've got it all worked out That's probably when they'll put you in the ground Just when I think I've got it all worked out That's probably when they'll put me in the ground I wanna laugh as many times as I can before I die I wanna love, I wanna smile; I don't need much, I'm a simple child I wanna laugh as many times as I can before I die I wanna love, I wanna smile, just wanna fuck every once in a while I just wanna fuck every once in a while I think I've finally got it all worked out Somebody come and put me in the ground I think I've finally got it all worked out Somebody come and put me in the ground Can't help but wonder 'bout what's underneath these city streets The wires and cables tangled up, connecting everything