Nothing is more important in this world than human understanding. We must strive to make sure that each of us better comprehends what we are saying to one another. Communication should be at the forefront of any new society. There is no better way to reach "young people" than with popular song. Classic rock radio has made sure that we as a collective mass of humanity have all heard the same 500 songs ten million times. It's time to think closer about what these songs mean and what they are really saying to us.
The Beatles, "All You Need is Love": All you need is love, a good education, some money in the bank, preferably held in an interest-bearing account as inflation often takes a large chunk out of such savings over time making it less valuable than when you first saved it.
The Who, "My Generation": People try to put us down because it's so much easier to put other people down than to reflect on yourself and look at your shortcomings and admit that maybe you haven't always handled things to the best of your ability.
Pink Floyd, "Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2": We don't need no education. And we deliberately used a double negative just to annoy you and bring home the point that we are proud of our indifference to the rules that you as an adult society have put upon us at such an early age. We will not obey your suggestions or demands to behave in a manner than you consider acceptable. We, the children, will determine our needs and we will determine our future, regardless of how you think we should.