My name is of no importance. You see, I'm a product of a
Which started at the height of class-conscious
imperialism and ended
With a society so reduced to totalitarian commonness that
in my final
Years at college the saying 'mediocrity rises' became
And being mediocre, I rose. But you're not supposed to
laugh at that.
My generation has been taught to be so in touch with the
That we have become faceless; we're victims of design.
But, oddly enough, although I was taught to think of
myself as a man
With no face, somewhere inside my soul I believe that one
I'll become an individual.