Ready ready to let you in
Up with the mob
Ready ready to let you in
Up with the mob
It ain't no accident that
We're better off
You're set to inherit
What I got
You put a nail in my hands
You put a nail in my hands
Ready ready to let you in
Ready ready to let you in
Ready ready to let you in
Ready ready to LET YOU IN!
Yeah keep the herd in check
Or be absorbed, that's all, that's all
Yeah that'll happen next
And who'll be there to write you off
What's left intact
Better pollute that mind
Slip with the masses
Slip with the mass!
Maybe I've been cloned
Don't let that man
Inside your home
Wasn't me that phoned
Don't let that man
Inside your home
Wasn't me that phoned...


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    General Comment(and immediately after, I found it...)

    Ready ready to let you in
    Up with the mob
    Ready ready to let you in
    Up with the mob
    It ain't no accident that
    We're better off
    You're set to inherit
    What I got
    You put a nail in my hands
    You put a nail in my hands
    Ready ready to let you in
    Ready ready to let you in
    Ready ready to let you in
    Ready ready to LET YOU IN!
    Yeah keep the herd in check
    Or be absorbed, that's all, that's all
    Yeah that'll happen next
    And who'll be there to write you off
    What's left intact
    Better pollute that mind
    Slip with the masses
    Slip with the mass!
    Maybe I've been cloned
    Don't let that man
    Inside your home
    Wasn't me that phoned
    Don't let that man
    Inside your home
    Wasn't me that phoned...
    Avaranton June 27, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is about conformity as vulnerability (or is it the other way around). The unison of the title refers to the dual nature of conformity as both an admission of vulnerability and a omission of further thought. The absolutely galvanizing thing is the middle section where Rick sings "maybe I've been cloned/ to let that man/ inside your home/ it wasn't me that phoned/ to let that man/ inside your home" It's about the same thing of taking on two different perspectives on opening oneself up to the larger world. The absolutely brilliant thing about this song is how many ways it can apply to a situation in your life. It works for being pissed off about cliquishness, favoritism, etc. It works for betrayal by friends, it could be a breakup song depending on how you apply the lyrics. Finally, there's the huge, spine-tingling outro. No lyrics, just a gorgeous, cathartic, resolution to whatever you went into the song angry about in the first place.
    syurixon February 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI wish someone would put the rest of the lyrics up. So, I'll try. anyone else, help patch up the hatchet job I'm about to do.

    WHAT's THERE?
    ???? ?????
    ? (this whole line, ends with) crime.

    Some with the masses,
    Some with ??????????

    Maybe I've been cloned,
    Don't let that man inside your home.
    It wasn't me that phoned.
    Don't let that man inside your home.
    It wasn't me that phoned.
    It wasn't me that phoned.

    (yeah, that was a pretty bad job, I could not make that out)
    Avaranton June 27, 2012   Link

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