"Useless" as written by and Al/barker Jourgensen....
Tell me what I want what I need for all my [sweating(? )]
Show me what I get what I earned and why
Keep me all yours, brain dead and useless
Take my cues when the crippled many
Must sit with you, corrupt, without pity
The slogan [ream on(? )] greed, lust and power
Feeble, missighted, without honor
The failing marriage slowly grinding into nothing
A bleeding union only left with trying offspring
Suffer, this simple nagging wound
This childish riddle, this dumb cartoon
Keep me all yours, brain dead and useless
Keep me all yours, brain dead and useless
These fucking [dense(? )], form English hands
Reaching for my throat, to coddle, and throttle, remove all hope
Try your best to choke the very meaning from my life
A callous whore, a cheating wife
Keep me all yours, brain dead and useless
(useless, fucking useless)
Keep me all yours, braindead and useless
(useless, fucking useless)

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"Useless" as written by Alien Jourgensen Al Jourgensen

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    I think it's " the slogan's ream on greed, lust and power."
    I always hear "this dark cartoon" too instead of dumb.

    Anyway, this song is another Ministry rant on politics and society with great lyrical expression. It's about being forcefed dogmatic rules from the powers that be. It's about being forced to fit the "norm" of society. Of course, the singer is showing his intelligence by being able to uncover the ulterior motives of the authorities, and now views the entire social structure as something pathetic and despairingly laughable, "this dark cartoon." In the beginning society was "married" to the people living within that society, but now they have "divorced" due to the "callous whore, the cheating wife," which represents the governmental authorities presiding over the masses.
    Androgyneon May 08, 2013   Link

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