Them Old Ways

He's an aged man living in the old ways
He was a hero once
But now he's just a nuisance
Things have changed so much
Women are in charge now
And the juniors should be respected too
Used to be so right
    Women were in the kitchen
    And men were strong
    The seniors were worshiped
    The juniors were never heard
It was taught, believed and worshiped
    That's the way it should be
    Nobody ever though it would changer

You followed society
It changed
And turned on you
What a bad trick they played
    I will know better
    I will follow myself

By:  Roger Harkness


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