Every day is another day older,
Carrying even more responsibility than the day before.
Parents get crazy and teens just get lazy
Because everything seems pointless.
Like cleaning your room for it to get dirty
Or studying for a test to get a poor grade.
All a teenager wants is to go out
And to interact with people
But parents are against fun
And being a human not a hermit.
Poor decisions become habits
And that means disagreeing with parents,
Being chained to the house,
And losing your youth
One day at a time.
It’s hard to win when your side of the story never matters.