"For Broken Words" as written by Mikael Bengt Stanne, Martin Brandstrom, Anders Jivarp, Niklas Bo Sundin and Martin Henriksson....
No truth, no lie
No truth, no lie
No truth, no lie

It twists and turns
Into something that is not to be
What truth is left
Was abandoned as the lines flew by

Our words are broken
Commit to sacrifice
Betrayal of the code
Thrust into nothingness
No truth, no lie

Our words are broken

Our subconscious bias
Confirmed what we already believe
There is no message
There is no value
We give shelter to our false ideas

Commit to sacrifice
Betrayal of the code
Thrust into nothingness

Tear our thoughts into splinters
Stab the sense
That's forced to remember
Our words get thrown
Out of focus
As we test our will
Dissolve to nothing

Break all bounds of unfair holding
Track this line to journey's end
We're breaking
We're breaking down

Our words are broken
Commit to sacrifice
Betrayal of the code
Thrust into nothingness
No truth, no lie

Our sacrifice
Betray the code
Into nothingness


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"For Broken Words" as written by Martin Brandstrom Anders Jivarp

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    My InterpretationA sad comment on what we think/ believe is true or real these days. Undermined by post-modernist thinking- that the truth is what we 'think' it is, that truth is personal and subjective has made 'truth' redundant and irrelevant.
    I think added to the mix is the mixing of political commentary, bias and opinion in our news media that when 2 different politically-minded news organisations report on an incident or event, they can paint very different pictures of what really happened, making it extremely difficult for people to know what really did happen.
    It's a bleak track, but important if we are to seek and find real truth in life.
    Zargothon June 15, 2017   Link

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