"Static Age" as written by and Glenn Danzig....
Static, static, static
We're on a video rage
Static, static, static
We're on a video rage

We're all blue from projection tubes
We're all blue from projection tubes

This is the static age we live in
Our eyes criss-cross, hold and gaze
This is the static age we live in
Breathe in
Catch your radiation blue disease and turning, tossing

This is a static age
Our very static age
This is a static age

Static, static, static
We're on a video rage
Static, static, static
We're on a video rage

And we're all blue from projection tubes
We're all blue from projection tubes


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"Static Age" as written by Glen Danzig

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    General CommentDefinitely love this song.
    BrokenRepublicon September 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYeah. I guess the meaning is obvious. We all watch too much TV.
    the_darkside_986on April 04, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Our eyes criss-cross, hold and gaze" and mentioning it as a disease, yea, I say the meaning is obvious. Plus I think the underlining message is that people become dumb from all of this too. Not many people I know of in my neighborhood knows anything about history or science or even how there very own body works, but they know what happened on last nights football game or what happened on yesterday's episode of friends. Makes me sick... think I'll go watch some tv now.
    ClearReceptionon August 16, 2006   Link

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