Tuesday, December 04, 2007

In The Year 2525

The song "In The Year 2525" was released in 1969 by Zager & Evans. It will be 40 years in 2009.

Although the years mentioned in the song were thousand years later, now not even 40 years, we are seeing the prophecy coming true from the song. Test tube baby is one example - it was a fiction in 1969, right?

Please read through the lyrics and ponder over them. Let me know if we are doing the right thing to our Mother earth.

by Zager & Evans

In the year 2525
if man is still alive
if woman can survive
They may find.....

In the year 3535
Ain't gonna need to tell the truth, tell no lies
Everything you think, do, or say
Is in the pill you took today

In the year 4545
You ain't gonna need your teeth, won't need your eyes
You won't find a thing to chew
Nobody's gonna look at you

In the year 5555
Your arms hangin' limp at your sides
Your legs got nothin' to do
Some machine's doin' that for you

In the year 6565
You won't need no husband, won't need no wife
You'll pick your son, pick your daughter too
From the bottom of a long glass tube

In the year 7510
If God's a-coming, He oughta make it by then
Maybe He'll look around Himself and say
"Guess it's time for the judgement day"

In the year 8510
God is gonna shake His mighty head
He'll either say "I'm pleased where man has been"
Or tear it down, and start again

In the year 9595
I'm kinda wonderin' if man is gonna be alive
He's taken everything this old earth can give
And he ain't put back nothing

Now it's been ten thousand years
Man has cried a billion tears
For what, he never knew
Now man's reign is through

But through eternal night
The twinkling of starlight
So very far away
Maybe it's only yesterday

In the year 2525
If man is still alive
If woman can survive
They may find.......

Are we taking everything this old earth can give?
More non-fiction news :-
Pollution breeds sexless fish in Washington, US.
Abnormal male fish carrying undeveloped eggs.
Scientists suspect linked to chemical in the water that are wreaking havoc on fish hormones.

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