|CHAPTER 11 And so the punks went out and hunted down the Word of the aBoomers,
2 Including the Word on the bPast,
3 And the Word on the cPresent,
4 And wrote it all down,
5 Because nobody else had,
6 And somebody had to.
7 But when the punks sat down to read the Word on the Past and the Word on the Present,
8 Some of them started to wonder, "What will dthey say about it all?
9 "For truly they will say a lot of things,
10 "The way they always do,
11 "Because that's the way they are,
12 "For some reason."
CHAPTER 21 For example, they will say that we have got it all wrong,
2 And that's not the way they look at it at all,
3 eBecause they no longer believe in hate or prejudice,
4 Since they got so wise and all,
5 And absolutely fnever use words like Spic or Kraut or Chink or nigger,
7 gNot even in private,
8 Because they have always believed in hLove Thy Neighbor,
9 Even if they're not exactly in church every Sunday morning,
10 Because they are not ihypocrites,
11 At all,
12 But only jrealists,
13 Who have learned to look at history with a steady eye,
||14 Without blinking,
15 Which can be pretty ugly, to be sure,
16 And maybe explains why nobody wants to look at history very much,
17 Unless you're some kpunk with an ax to grind.
CHAPTER 31 And they will say, "Why be so negative and divisive?
2 "And why be so angry and simplistic?
3 "And why be so nasty and repetitious?"
4 lBecause they already know everything they need to know about pointed sticks and killer apes and man's inhumanity to man,
5 And only some punk with an ax to grind would make such a big deal out of it,
6 Because they're not really so bad as all that,
7 And they don't really believe in nothing at all,
8 And besides, they know there was never anyone named mHarry,
9 Who taught us all the way to be,
10 Because everyone is only nhuman after all,
11 And it's just not nice to sit in judgement,
12 Not to mention presumptuous,
13 And don't forget negative,
14 Because they obelieve in being as positive as possible about everything,
15 All things considered,