"Tribal Connection" as written by Eliot Ferguson, Eugene Hutz, Oren Kaplan, Yuri Lemeshev, Sergey Ryabstev and Thomas Gobena....
Where there's a music should be comin' out of every car
There is a silence all over downtown
Where community celebrations shall be aroused
I walk the sterile gardens, life is on pause, here it is

No can do this, no can do that
What the hell can you do, my friend?
In this place that you call your town

No can do this, no can do that
What the hell can you do, my friend?
In this place that you call your town

I guess you can't expect much from the hometown
Well I don't know if you can even call it your own
When they don't want you to get near excitement
And in protest of that you just stay home, here it is now

No can do this, no can do that
What the hell can you do, my friend?
In this place that you call your town

No can do this, no can do that
What the hell can you do, my friend?
In this place that you call your town

Party, party, party, party, party, party
Party, party, party, party, party, party
Party, party, party, party, party, party
Party, party, party, party, party, party
Party, party, party, party, after party

On intersection of all dimensions
Where I was stoppin' by just for a drink
I meet a brother from tribal connection
And together we began to sing

We gonna turn frustration into inspiration
Whatever demons are there, we gonna set them free
Such is the method of tribal connection
Of our fun loving restless breed

I wanna walk this Earth like it is mine
And so is everyone in our fun lovin' tribe
C'mon man, is that real so much to ask?
From all these goddamn Nazi-fuedals

But I'm gonna take it to community
'Cause I want everyone to see
There never was any conspiracy
And we are all here simply to sing

No can do this, no can do that
What the hell can you do, my friend?
In this place that you call your town

No can do this, no can do that
What the hell can you do, my friend?
In this place that you call your town

Where there's a music should be comin' out of every car
There is a silence all over downtown
Only the intersection semi-alive
Outskirts are sedated, me gone



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"Tribal Connection" as written by Eugene Hutz Eliot Ferguson

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    General Commentoh that's a brilliant song and makes me feel free
    nadich126on December 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSocialism? Can you explain? It just seems to be about strict rules keeping people from enjoying themselves. No one goes out cause they dont wanna get in trouble. and more than that im sure...
    demoskratiaon April 01, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's hard to say if GB would ever endorse socialism of any sort. I mean, at least a few of the members have to have lived through the Soviet era. I think it's a little less simple and yet strangely more beautiful of an idea: the typical Bordello theme of cultural isolationism being stupid and human beings being much more connected than we care to realize. That, and it just strikes up another call to action for having fun!
    chardsofglasson February 09, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI find it ironic that a guy with the username "let uss be free" would find this song to be socialistic.
    jokerlaughsatyouon March 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentMany songs from "Super Taranta" are connected in various ways. I think that, for example, this should be understood as connected to "My Strange Uncles". It is about connections between people, not so much by their blood as by the way they think and regard life.

    This is sooo optimistic and feel-good, perhaps the song I enjoy the most from "Taranta" album.
    soboton January 15, 2011   Link
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    General Commentsocialism
    let uss be freeon February 14, 2008   Link

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