"WTV" as written by and Matthew Woods Brody Michael R Scaccia....
I hear voices in my head
Someone's voice is in my head
Be afraid
Be afraid
Take a pill and you'll get laid
Someone's gotta make it stop
Make it stop
Make it stop
Some stole the remote control

I can't even go to sleep
Voices in my head repeat
Stay awake
Stay awake
Like a car without a brake

I got nothing else to do
Sit around and watch the tube
Gather information
That is useless agrivation
I refuse
I refuse
To be any more confused

What is happening to me
Happens all across society
Make it stop
Make it stop
All of us are gonna rot
Living in a system
Where you can't connect the fucking dots

I hear voices inside my head
Someone's voice is in my head

Lyrics submitted by shadowwiththeeyes

"WTV" as written by Matthew Brody Al Jourgensen

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    General CommentI like this song better than TVII. I like the samples from TV better than TVII. I mention TVII because I think Al was making quite a few references to Psalm 69 and the tracks on that in Houses of the Mole.

    "the roof leaks and the foundation is crumbling"
    I like the one where bush is like "drug testing in our schools...." and at the end you hear a junky girl crying because someone is withholding from her her junk.

    "Listen to your mom or dad"
    "don't send dead chickens back"
    "in case two or three of them die"
    Sounds a little MarilynMansony that bit.

    TV makes me feel the way the music is in WTV too. It makes me feel frantic and stressed out. overstimulated, sickened. Also George Bush's speeches make me feel sort of sickened too.

    I really like Ministry a lot. They have so many goddamn albums and most of them are good.
    bigidioton September 16, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Comment"It draws me like an infernal magnet!"
    "Give a bad product a new name"

    The House by the Cemetary!
    Nexus7on June 19, 2007   Link

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