The 1990's were a time so simple,
A time that life was easy, had never even gotten one pimple.
Shows like Rugrats, Hey Arnold, and Rocko were on every kid's screen,
And unlike today's TV, there never was a make-out or sex scene.
The shows were wholesome, taught lessons to kids,
Your life was interesting, didn't need to watch reality TV stars place bids.
It was a time of ease, a time of peace,
A time when many things were covered in flannel and fleece.
A time with a cell phone, but a basic one,
So you could actually get your homework done.
Personal computers were around, but very basic,
You didn't stare so long at 'em you may one day need lasic.
Those were the days, that was the life,
Sharing toys was your biggest cause of strife.
I miss those days of cool toys,
But still think there were more commercials for girls than boys.
I think back to that decade all the time,
It's there that lies this heart of mine.
I'll live there as long as I can,
Until our growing government impliments a nostalgia ban.
It was a relaxing time -- entertainment wasn't so pricey,
And technology wasn't so feisty.
A time that was the best, a blend of ease and work,
Kids had the adventurous heart of James T. Kirk.
It was real-life activities they undertook.
I live in the '90s, to that time forever will I cleave,
That decade I will never leave!