"Mental Slavery" as written by and Roberto/gosdzik Fioretti....
Land of solitude
A place of horror and dark and cruel
There's no need to seek the truth
Opinions are provided for you

Innocence of youth
Full of visionary fantasies
From subconscious laboratories
Try to break the chains of barbarity

Servants to mother machine
Nursed by video screens
Paradise of insanity
Born into a grave of

Mental slavery
Lost in dark reality
Mental slavery

Memories of the past
Holy empires of harmony
Visions only children see
Are soon removed by society

Replaced by numbing fear
The horror show of rules sets in
Total control of thought begins
Another car on the highway of sin

Servants to mother machine
Nursed by video screens
Paradise of insanity
Born into a grave of

Mental slavery
Lost in dark reality
Mental slavery

Just one of a million slaves
An expendable commodity
This song's for those who serve
The system of terror
That rules the earth


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"Mental Slavery" as written by Juergen Reil Frank Gosdzik

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    General CommentHmm, this one reminds me to the Terri Schiavo case, where she was hooked up to a machine in a vegetated state. It seems like she was a mental slave. I'm guessing that this song is about people in comas.
    Anilandon January 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about the media, and how they make propaganda to blind the mentally weak(There's no need to seek the truth Opinions are provided for you Memories of the past Holy empires of harmony Visions only children see Are soon removed by society), and the mentally strong are pushed around and forced into thought by fear (The system of terror That rules the earth)
    theamazingbenderon January 20, 2007   Link

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