"Prod" as written by Chad L. Gray, Matthew Mcdonough, Greg Tribbett and Ryan Martinie....
Emotions inside us troubling,
The hatred inside us escalating,
The sickness inside us keeps us weak,
The masses inside of us suffering they are bleeding,
The calling inside us sick with greed,
The voices calling to us deafening we're not listening

Cannot receive the obvious
Line up cattle and cut the necks
Swat at the flies omit disgust

The leaders inside us posturing,
The pollution inside of us suffocating me,
The science inside us menacing
The will that's inside of us its dying end is coming

Cannot receive the obvious
Line up cattle and cut the necks
Drain us of life and cleanse the mess

Wash me off inside, wash me off inside

We're killing ourselves killers
Goddamn we fucked up the circumstance,
Too late to save us from ourselves,
Callous minds against trust and confidence,
Too late to give a damn now
Too late to save us from ourselves, too late to make it all go away,
Too late to beg pardons from the mother, too late to give a damn

Now we'll sit and wait

Wait wait for the coming. of the end
Wait for the coming the killing the ending the plight of man
Deserving no mercy expelling by god's hand,
It's okay the ending it's over no more pain .

Emotion the hatred the sickness the calling


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"Prod" as written by Greg Tribbett Chad L. Gray

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    General CommentIt's just a scary story.
    fattymotoon March 03, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI see a bunch of space odyssey 2001 written in this song so i believe its about that movie and about how both Hale (the computer)felt

    Pharmicopiaon April 20, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI see a bunch of space odyssey 2001 written in this song so i believe its about that movie and about how both Hale (the computer)felt

    Pharmicopiaon April 20, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti've got to say that i disagree with the SO2k1 reference; the whole 'monolith' thing isn't about the movie, its about heralding a shift in human existence, consciousness etc etc.
    this expresses, i think, the same thing AEnima does, which is that the end of this world is coming, so to speak, and it will end all the bullshit, we hope. the mother here is earth, the rest should be pretty obvious, if you can receive it that is.
    shoelesszon April 20, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti've got to say that i disagree with the SO2k1 reference; the whole 'monolith' thing isn't about the movie, its about heralding a shift in human existence, consciousness etc etc.
    this expresses, i think, the same thing AEnima does, which is that the end of this world is coming, so to speak, and it will end all the bullshit, we hope. the mother here is earth, the rest should be pretty obvious, if you can receive it that is.
    shoelesszon April 20, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWell the monolith represnted a "break through", everytime u saw it sumthing new happened. monkey had a first thought, a man travels through time and so on
    orko_xon April 23, 2002   Link
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    General Commentmudvayne at their best. I agree this song is about the end of the world and how it will end the bullshit, cuz it's all "too late"
    hell_i_call_my_headon April 26, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI'd just like to state what a friggin masterpiece this song is. NE1 who plays guitar like me will know that the entire song is done on 1 VERY simple chord. Amazing how something so simple can be such a damn good song.
    trevoron June 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIf you watch the Live in Peoria DVD, Kud actually tells the audience: "I grew up on scary stories, so I wrote one of my own..."
    Basskidon June 15, 2002   Link
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    General CommentJust a story of exploration about ourselves and who we are.
    SilentAenimaon July 30, 2002   Link

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