'Member the universe used to be innocent
Now they just look at us crazy like immigrants
His references to “babies” and “kids” suggests that the “innocent” days he’s referring to are when he was younger and oblivious to the system that would later define him as an social outsider. “They” is society who looks at him and other “80s babies” as “immigrants” because they are no longer thought of as equals. They are seen as different and unwanted.
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