Computer Conscience (Say it with music Sweet Comfort Band)

Today the lyrics to a song by Sweet Comfort Band called “Computer Age” really got me thinking. This song is from the ’80s but still very realitive today.

Here is the song & lyrics:

 She does aerobics to start the day

But you can find her playing video games
On her home computer screen
She’s the best you’ve ever seen
She keeps appointments, she’s never late
Only goes out on computer dates
Made on answering machines
She’s the all-American teen
She’s growing up in the computer age
Her mind’s in gear
Her heart’s been disengaged
The future’s clear
It’s all been pre-arranged
She’s growing up in the computer age
She’s a product of society
Completely lacking personality
She was brought into the world
As a test tube baby girl
Her name is Debbie, or Cathy, or Sue
Maybe you know her
Maybe it’s you
She’s become like all the rest
Who’ve been programmed for success
She’s growing up in the computer age
Her mind’s in gear
Her heart’s been disengaged
The future’s clear
It’s all been pre-arranged
She’s growing up in the computer age
She’s got American Bandstand
To show her how to dance
She’s got cable movies
To tell her about romance
But she won’t dream of Mr. Right
Electric blankets keep her warm at night
She’s growing up in the computer age
Her mind’s in gear
Her heart’s been disengaged
The future’s clear
It’s all been pre-arranged
She’s growing up in the computer age
Growin’ up, growin’ up
She’s got an IBM
That’s the apple of her eye
She doesn’t think for herself
Leads an automated llife
Growin’ up🎧🔌📝🎵🎶🎤👂

With this in mind i consider how much more important it is to 

go to God rather than google 

for the deepest needs of my soul.

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