Took too much information
Electronic Stimulation
All this media saturation
Just gives me more aggravation
Gather round your television
Microwaving our religion
Download RAM and Gigabytes
Won't let computers run my life

Wanna Disconnect
and I wanna break free
I wanna cut off the umbilical
Electronic Leash
Unplug my phone
Wanna blow up my screen
Don't wanna hear all the lies
and the lines they're selling to me
I wanna break free

Got a virus I'm infected
Gonna cut off my connection
Tendrils tied up misdirection
Come and witness my defection
Can't count on our destruction
Suicidal file corruption
The Revolution's Wireless

Wanna Disconnect
and I wanna break free
I wanna cut off the umbilical
Electronic Leash
Unplug my phone
Wanna blow up my screen
Don't wanna hear all the lies
and the lines they're selling to me
I wanna break free

Wanna Disconnect
and I wanna break free
I wanna cut off the umbilical
Electronic Leash
Unplug my phone
Wanna blow up my screen
Don't wanna hear all the lies
and the lines they're selling to me
I wanna break free


Lyrics submitted by stryker311

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    General CommentTook me a while to write these lyrics out. But, I still have no idea what he is saying after "Suicidal file corruption", if anyone could tell me, that would be great.

    Anyway, LOVE this song, and the lyrics are pretty self explanatory. He is saying he wants to get away from the "leash" electronic gadgets and devices have on us these days. Just wants to get away from all the cell phones and laptops invading everyone's l,ives these days. These are some great words to live by. Somedays, you can just leave your iPod, cell phone, and computers at home, and just go enjoy nature, and life without "connections". Pennywise did NOT dissapoint with "The Fuse". Bitchin CD. Pick it up, this instant. seriously....
    stryker311on August 15, 2005   Link

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