"Dub the Frequencies of Love" as written by Eliot Ferguson, Eugene Hutz, Oren Kaplan, Yuri Lemeshev, Sergey Ryabstev and Thomas Gobena....
Give me a vision when I got none
And the thunderbolts in each hand of my own
For I'm comin' back to level
Everythin' they taught us wrong
Onto transmigration

With a crave for panacea
Our world is crawlin' on all fours
In a search of a new prayer
Gods are throwin' thunderbolts

So dub it like tovarisch would
Dub it like a best friend would
Dub it like a brother would
Onto transmigration

[Incomprehensible] how to keep goin'
Of walkin' trails of ultimate
From the streets to the sub-conscience
From sub-conscience to the God

So dub it like tovarisch would
Dub it like a best friend would
Dub it like a brother would
Onto transmigration

Frequencies of love
Gather 'round, oh come on
Frequencies of love
Overcome, overthrow

Master tell me how come everythin' they taught us
Turn out to be so goddamn wrong
In the meantime music from the tiny island
Takes over the world

So dub it like tovarisch could
Say it like a brother would
Brother hold me like a mother would
Onto transmigration

Frequencies of love
Gather 'round, oh come on
Frequencies of love
Overcome, overthrow

Give me a vision when I got none
And the thunderbolts in each hand of my own
For I'm comin' back to level
Everythin' they taught us wrong

Dub it like tovarisch would
And say it like a brother would
Dub it like tovarisch would
Onto transmigration

Frequencies of love
Gather 'round, oh come on
Frequencies of love
Overcome, overthrow

Onto transmigration



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"Dub the Frequencies of Love" as written by Eugene Hutz Eliot Ferguson

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    General CommentFirst, since the word "tovarisch" confused me, I'll put it out there that it's supposedly an old USSR term for "comrade." This seems believable, as I'm sure Eugene's at least heard it in his childhood if not much more recently than that. This is a vague song, really, but I always look at GB's lyrics as being deeper than they seem. Eugene tends to take on Whitmanian themes and I think this song kind of says that religion divides people too much when so many of the major ones preach love and tolerance. It's a great theme if that's what he's getting at here and c'mon, the song is just so damn catchy and intense in a way that isn't like most other GB songs. Great stuff!
    chardsofglasson February 09, 2009   Link

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