|CHAPTER 11 We don't know very much,
2 But we know that something went wrong somewhere,
4 So we can't believe that what you call the atruth is true,
5 And we're starting over,
6 At the beginning,
7 bWhich nobody knows anything about for sure,
8 Except that it began at the beginning,
9 Which is good enough for us,
10 And if it isn't good enough for you,
11 Just look at you.
CHAPTER 21 We don't know if there are cGods,
2 Or even done God,
3 Who made everything all by himself,
4 Completely from scratch,
5 But we don't believe that everything is just some ebig accident either,
6 Because that's what a lot of you fthink,
7 And look at you.
CHAPTER 31 We don't know what happens when you die,
2 Or if there's a gheaven,
3 Or a hhell,
4 Or inothing at all,
5 Or something completely jdifferent altogether,
6 But whatever it is,
7 It can't be as bad as being afraid of it your whole life,
8 Because a lot of you are frightened to death of death,
||9 And look at you.
CHAPTER 41 We don't know about philosophy,
2 Or if everything's a kcrazy dream,
3 But we believe that we are here,
4 And you are there,
5 And look at you.
CHAPTER 51 We don't know what virtue is,
2 Or if llove is as important as you say it is,
3 Or mneed,
4 Or nequality,
5 Or anything at all you say is good,
6 But we admire courage,
7 And work,
8 And thought,
9 Because you don't seem to,
10 And look at you.
CHAPTER 61 We don't know if history is just a olist of crimes,
2 Or if there isn't every any pprogress,
3 But it doesn't look that way to us,
4 And if it looks that way to you,
5 Just look at you.
CHAPTER 71 We don't know what the future holds.
2 Maybe the planet will qblow apart,
3 Or die by rpoison,