"stereo" as written by and Adam/phillips Russell....
We're all part of it
This thoughtless world
A generation bought and sold
By our weak but through story copy-cat years
We've been taught to love this robotic formula
Built to please ignorant minds and cultured masses
We know the artists have failed us now

Stereo, stereo
Tired bullshit dressed in gold
Scan the youth, find the pieces
(Artists have failed us now)
Stereo, stereo
Hear the world that you've created
Fall to pieces
We're all bought and sold!

Radio waves will still transmit the same replica that wreaks of staleness and decay
Unless we resist, and open our eyes to this
Uniform and standard model they insist we consume
But our hearts have failed us now

Stereo, stereo
Tired bullshit dressed in gold
Scan the youth, find the pieces
(Our hearts have failed us now)
Stereo, stereo
Hear the world that you've created
Fall to pieces

But do we know
We've all been bought and sold
Yeah, bought and sold
We've all been bought and sold
Yeah, bought and sold
We've all been sold to a world that failed us

Stereo, stereo
Tired bullshit dressed in gold
Scan the youth, find the pieces
(Our hearts have failed us now)
Stereo, stereo
Hear the world that you've created
Fall to pieces

Stereo, stereo
Tired bullshit dressed in gold
Scan the youth, find the pieces
Stereo, stereo
Hear the world that you've created
Fall to pieces

We're all bought and sold, we're all bought and sold
We've been bought!


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"Stereo" as written by Dan Marsala Adam Russell

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

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    Song MeaningIt's pretty obvious what this song is about. All you hear today is annoying and meaningless pop songs that most people follow and listen to. You don't get famous by making meaningful music, you get famous for being a copy-cat and puppet.
    freethink3on March 02, 2013   Link

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