"Big Time" as written by Mattias Barjed, Torbjorn Lundberg, Johan Forsman, Karl Ake Gustafsson, Martin Hederos, Christian Person and Fredrik Sandsten....
Welcome to the future, Welcome to the future
Get into the new speed, Get into the enemy
Mass communication (genemanipulation),
So what's the occupation?
(What's your dedication?)
Welcome to the future, Straight into the future

Bigtime (Bigtime),
We're all partners in crime,
Bigtime (Bigtime),
We're all standing in line

Welcome to the future, Welcome to the future
Talking about the old times, Scared about the new times
Does anybody know you? (will anybody need you?)
Can anybody please you? (does anybody have to?)
Welcome to the future, Straight into to the future

Bigtime,
We're all partners in crime,
Bigtime,
We're all standing in line,
Bigtime,
We're all partners in crime,
Bigtime,
We've all been left behind

Bigtime,
We're all partners in crime,
Bigtime,
We're all standing in line,
Bigtime,
We're all partners in crime,
Bigtime,
We've all been left behind


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"Bigtime" as written by Fredrik Sandsten Christian Person

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    General CommentThe song rocked me about the second time I listened to the album.

    To me it's about how "big" the future is, and that it's already happening. How megalomanic and yet anonymous ("Does anybody know you?/Can anybody please you?") it is.
    dgrebeon June 27, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthe theme song for WWE WrestleMania 21
    fmptomason January 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentVery catchy song, if you asked me. I first heard it as Wrestlemania 21's theme song. I looked for this song everywhere and luckily found it. It kicked so much ass despite some simplicity. It's about change, and how you should accept the only permanent thing in the world.
    guitarista_727on January 19, 2006   Link

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