"One Thought" as written by Mikael Bengt Stanne, Martin Brandstrom, Mikael Niklasson, Anders Jivarp, Niklas Bo Sundin and Martin Henriksson....
Insufficient facts
Make up for a frail foundation
Breeding the obscene
For the opinion customized
Insight null and substance void upon these wheels
Our world will roll
Let it be decided who will take the blame?
Another soul to drain what is it that we see?

One thought bringing it down, original sinners
One thought bringing it down, switch it off

Has it come to this
Enjoying things by proxy
Live through others, die just like the rest
We all end up screaming, a little louder
To cover up another piece of silence
Punch another hole through the media
Turn it off

Brace for impact
To once a greater vision, our lives now stand to fall
This tyranny of fear, a stranglehold on us
Stronger day by day time to turn it off


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"One Thought" as written by Martin Brandstrom Anders Jivarp

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    General CommentI agree with BE POS.

    "Insufficient facts
    make up for a frail foundation
    Breeding the obscene
    for the opinion customized"
    ->The media don't always tell the truth, but rather what people want to hear. Or what they want people to hear.

    "Has it come to this?
    enjoying things by proxy
    live through others
    die just like the rest"
    ->We don't live our own life. We live through what we see on TV. But we die anyway, withoiut even having lived.

    "One thought bringing it down"
    -> You only need to think a little ("one thought") to realize that the media are feeding you nonsense, and "switch it off".

    This song is urging us to free ourselves from the brainwashing, and think by ourselves.
    FrightRaton July 03, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThis songs about the media and how they twist our thoughts, its urging us to' turn it off'
    BE_POSon December 28, 2006   Link

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