"Industrial Discipline" as written by Burton C. Bell and Dino A.m. Cazares....
There is no dissension when lives have been broken
Enslaved and beaten
Lies have been spoken
Pure manipulation
Whatever soul was left has been erased
Only a machine remains
Beaten into submission
That's what it is to be slaved
I will not be defined, no longer stand in line
Your opposition
Stand in reflection
Pure abomination
Whatever soul was left has been erased
Only a machine remains
Beaten into submission
That's what it is to be slaved
Undisputed truth in repression
A paradigm of your aggression
Beaten down to believe
Beaten down to concede
Control is key to suppress me
Whatever soul was left has been erased
Only a machine remains
Beaten into submission
That's what it is to be slaved
Slave


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    Song MeaningAbout how governments of today are more like oppressing machines, rather than the human leaders of good will they should be.

    How any ounce of individuality or words out spoken in public are controlled with fear of punishment.

    How this all makes us effectively slaves.
    crazyjayon November 04, 2012   Link

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