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I can't take another complication
Have mercy please God erasus
I can't take another complication
Have mercy please God erasus
Erasus

Let me breathe check destroy and upset
On focusing distractions tear me open
All the thoughts in my head are constantly haunting me
I hope that I don't bore you while I whine about it
I hope you won't be saddened while I cry about it
I keep telling myself that there's something more
I keep telling myself that there's something more
I'm lost in this place it's such a waste
I can't watch things further complicate
So if it all fails just throw it back in my face and bury me

I can't take another complication
Have mercy please God erasus
I can't take another complication
Have mercy please God erasus
Erasus

Everyday I wake up to stagnant bullshit
As soon as I escape there's more stagnant bullshit
This endless propaganda corporate agenda
I'd like to think there's more, something more
I hope that I don't bore you while I whine about it
I hope you won't be saddened while I cry about it
So if it all fails just throw it back in my face and bury me
I'm lost in this place it's such a waste
I can't watch things further complicate
Have mercy please God erasus

I can't take another complication
Have mercy please God erasus
I can't take another complication
Have mercy please God erasus
Erasus


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    General CommentI love this song. So. Much. Here's my interpretation:

    To me, this song is speaking about the world we currently live in and New World Order, along with the dread and anxiety it's put on the vocalist/artist/whatever. Just listen and you'll hear it, easy.

    "Let me breathe, check destroy and upset
    I'm focusing, distractions tear me open
    And all the thoughts in my head are constantly haunting me"

    The significance of "distractions" is prominent because these distractions are the tools that help allow our masters to further their plans. All of these thoughts are haunting him because he can't escape it anywhere; not in his mind or on the outside (which is where the problem lies predominantly).

    "I hope that I don't bore you while I whine about it
    I hope you won't be saddened while I cry about it
    I keep telling myself that there's something more"

    The first two lines are sarcastic. He's trying to get people to understand what's going on and the importance of it but they don't listen. He's trying to tell himself that there's something more to this existence than playing games with our masters.

    "I can't take another complication
    Have mercy please god erasus
    I can't take another complication
    Have mercy please god erasus
    Erasus"

    More complications to the quagmire present themselves everyday. Politicians trying to get more draconian bills enacted, environmental disasters like the oil "spill" (false flag operation), police brutalities, etc. These are all symptoms to the larger picture and he knows it. He's begging god to just end it.

    "Everyday I wake up to stagnant bullshit
    As soon as I escape there's more stagnant bullshit
    This endless propaganda, corporate agenda
    I'd like to think there's more, something more"

    Probably the most explicit stanza of the whole song.
    That "stagnant bullshit" is more propaganda (as he later mentions) from the media and the government. By mentioning the corporate agenda, he's calling our masters out on how they've managed to bring us down from a democracy to a corporatocracy. As before, he's wishing there was something more to live for other than this stagnant bullshit.

    "I hope that I don't bore you while I whine about it
    I hope you won't be saddened while I cry about it
    So if it all fails just throw it back in my face and bury me"

    I really do like the sarcasm. Still trying to convince others of the nature of our situation. But if it all fails...

    This is my interpretation. ;)
    DawnSheeron August 14, 2010   Link

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