Funny clowns, happy faces, fascinated kids and their lucky parents.
Media shows innocence, make ya think that they are your friends!
Famine-stricken districts, cleaned rainforests,
Cruel animal transports, child labour and water shortage!

That's the money greedy way
Of the "We make ya happy as long as ya pay."
Entertainment Industries.
Industries.

That's the money greedy way
Of the "We make ya happy as long as ya pay."
Entertainment Industries.

Cows, pigs, chicken and sheep stuffed between some slices of bread,
We treat them like industrial machines. That makes me think and it makes me sad.
Money counts, nothing else and the scabby fast-food sales,
The western culture gets fatter and fatter.
'Cause with shit stuffed up people the whole system works better.

That's the money greedy way
Of the "We make ya happy as long as ya pay."
Entertainment Industries.
Industries.

That's the money greedy way
Of the "We make ya happy as long as ya pay."
Entertainment Industries.

Let's go!

MurderKing and McShitty, they should burn across the cities.
Manipulating the people and raping the earth, but we'll get them where it hurts!!!!


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    General CommentThis song really makes a lot of sense to me. It's simply absurd that for western folks' fleeting pleasure and fancy, hundreds of thousands of animals are brutalized during transportation from their native lands; our "planet's lungs" - rainforests are cut without remorse, hesitation or thinking where'lll this lead us. And it plainly makes me sick when they try to make me think that they're my friends! Do they think I'm that stupid?
    And for the junk food affair, everything's kinda clear to me: if you eat that rubbish, ya'll get fat and morbid in no time. Think for yourself 'cause neither them, neither government thinks 'bout your welfare!
    Stay cautious and different!
    z-e-b-r-aon August 19, 2005   Link

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