Call me consumer
The entertainment hunter
I bit the hook
That I will never be good enough

I'm catching up to those around me
Secure my uniform
Babbet, I could use a kiss
They said I'm insecure

There's nothing new under the sun
Fall in line, fall in line
Believe the lie in hair clubs, fashion, gyms, cleansers and creams
One day we'll be the status quo
There's nothing new under the sun


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    General Commentthe world has nothing to offer
    but does anyone know who/what Babbet is
    Protoon July 20, 2002   Link
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    General Commentah, this song is "most excellent"
    eh, this song = Be yourself, be different, decide shit for yourself
    Sk8Er55on August 21, 2002   Link
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    General Commenteveryone tries to live up to the media, but the media portrays an image of "perfection" that most everyone believes they fall short of. They live their lives trying to be something that they are not, something that is false to begin with. Really well written and composed.
    ONe21on August 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentAnother band using a reference from Ecclesiastes. It's basically about the pitfalls we encounter as human beings.

    "Believe the lie in hair clubs, fashion gyms, cleansers and creams"

    All of which, many buy into. It's a stab at vanity..

    "There's nothing new under the sun"

    The reference from Ecclesiastes, which deals so much with vanity. Read it if you have trouble understanding the song
    retardedcorndogon March 18, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about conformity to shallow and fake social customs.
    jesusfreaks146on May 07, 2010   Link

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