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World of Tomorrow

(Tune: My Bonnie)
Last night as I lay on my pillow,
And drifted off slowly to sleep,
I thought of the world of tomorrow,
These thoughts through my mind did creep.
A computer will do all my homework,
A robot will do all my chores.
If I spend the whole day just playing,
I fear that I may become bored.

Bring back, bring back,
Oh, bring back the old days to me, to me.
Bring back, bring back,
Oh, bring back the old days to me.
My jet powered bike will be speedy,
I'll fly in my spaceship to Mars.
But what if I get lost in space,
And can't find my way through the stars.

(repeat chorus)

My parents will have their own rocket,
We'll travel through space very quick,
I'm not sure I'll like that fast travel,
I may even get space sick.

(repeat chorus)

Our family may move to Venus,
I don't know what we would find there,
I'd sure miss my friends back on earth,
They're the best friends I'll find anywhere.

(repeat chorus)

Dehydrated food for breakfast,
Dehydrated food for lunch,
Oh what I would give for a Big Mac,
And potato chips that I can crunch.

(repeat chorus)

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