"Radio, an insidious form, helps shape your thoughts making you conform
Programming music easy listening, help you achieve that moronic grip
Playing you regurgitated pap, selling products that are mostly crap
Rarely hearing music you want to hear, it bas an effect over all these years
Why don't you think for yourself
Live in this self made Hell
Television, the idiot tube, helps to raise our children as fools
Watch the news see what they want you to see, our awareness is limited by netork
Moronic sit-coms and one-sided news alter your feeling give you conformist views
Why can't you get that garbage out of your haed, you'd better off to read a good book instead
Newspapers, what do they say, Not much I think when they want school kids to pray
Getting the facts from some daily news, you hate the system but adhere to its view
Blaming the dead because they can't complain, shielding officials holding them above
You'd better wake up and see what's plain to see, or end up a willing part of the machine "
Here's a song that sums up life in the NWO totalitarian state:
And here's how people are starting to feel after living in that dystopian world for all these years:
Listening to music like this when I was young made my mind more receptive to conspiracy theories when I grew older. The songs and the lyrics subtly
told the story of government oppression and the frustration of living a life with only the illusion of freedom.
edit on 2/19/11 by FortAnthem
because: Fix vids. :bnghd:
these are 2
that come to mind. I think there are alot of songs with messages that we miss sometimes, and sometimes we find the messages which can be mind blowing.
Great thread, gonna go listen to some members picks now, this is gonna be awesome, beer and music and sunshine, does it get any better? S&F
edit on 19-2-2011 by scratcher because: (no reason given)
"Me and Bobby McGee", "Mercedes Benz" - Janis Joplin (and I'm English!)
"The Times They Are A Changing" - Bob Dylan
"Two Tribes" - Frankie Goes To Hollywood
"Imagine" - John Lennon
"Sunday Bloody Sunday" - U2 (yes, really, I'm English!)
"What's Going On?" - Marvin Gaye
"Born In The USA", "Thunder Road" - Bruce Springsteen
"Games Without Frontiers", "Biko" - Peter Gabriel
edit on 20-2-2011 by babybunnies because: (no reason given)
ANC struggle song.
Kill the boer(farmer) a song sung in the apartheid era,but sung untill resently,although the ANC was the ruling party since '94!
Scary!Pls read article
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