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Questions still in my head
Questions still in my head
Questions still in my head
Questions still in my head
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier

Questions still in my head
Questions still in my head
Questions still in my head
Questions still in my head
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier
At ease soldier

Shut up
Shut up
Shut up
Shut up
Shut up
Shut up
Shut up
Shut up
At ease soldier
(Shut up Shut up)
At ease soldier
(Shut up Shut up)
At ease soldier
(Shut up Shut up)
At ease soldier
(Shut up Shut up)
At ease soldier
(Shut up Shut up)
At ease soldier
(Shut up Shut up)
At ease soldier
(Shut up Shut up)
At ease soldier
(Shut up Shut up)


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    General Commentdon't know if it has any signifigance but it is an awesome little tune
    skamaster2590on January 06, 2008   Link
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    General Commentdon't know if it has any signifigance but it is an awesome little tune
    skamaster2590on January 06, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about how we blindly accept what we are told because it's expected of us. He uses the military as an example because you do what you're told and don't ask questions. The soldier is expected to do what his superiors tell him. Not ask questions (though he still has questions because he cannot ask them). And when he does ask said questions, he is simply told to "Shut up."

    Or maybe it's just a fun little song Kalnoky wrote for the hell of it.
    TheQ5on December 16, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about how we blindly accept what we are told because it's expected of us. He uses the military as an example because you do what you're told and don't ask questions. The soldier is expected to do what his superiors tell him. Not ask questions (though he still has questions because he cannot ask them). And when he does ask said questions, he is simply told to "Shut up."

    Or maybe it's just a fun little song Kalnoky wrote for the hell of it.
    TheQ5on December 16, 2010   Link

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