Here we are to stay
We all can see the purblind day
Assail the cause
Defray the ogre, the insubordinates

Restrained to live
Bring me home
Confronting mutants
We are all bound to fall

Mortality
we see today, defrauds our dreams
Approachable to die
Sliced by their lies, secured morbidity

Restrained to live
Bring me home
Confronting mutants
We are bound to fall

How many of the judges place a bet on me?
What's there to be?
MORIBUND IRREVERENCE
What's there for us in this deranged society?
Inanity
CADAVEROUS MASTICATION

SATURDAY
They have saturday
SATURDAY
Now it's saturday
SATURDAY
They have saturday
SATURDAY
Now it's saturday

YOU ARE INSANE
How can you let there be such cruelty
YOU ARE INSANE
Now it's time for you to see

Here we are to stay
We all can see the purblind day
Assail the cause
Defray the ogre, the insubordinates

Restrained to live
Bring me home
Confronting mutants
We are bound to fall
We are bound to fall


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Cadaverous Mastication Lyrics as written by Jens Kidman Fredrik Thordendal

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    My Opinion

    My favorite song.

    Just like a nuclear attack advice, this song for me is the meaning of how human madness can slice appart all dignity of human's rights, controls everything even of who can live and who are expendables. The way Jens and Meshuggah sing it is like to feel the end of our civilization. Saturday of insanity, Saturday is the end of the week.

    maryaprilon July 12, 2013   Link
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    My Opinion

    My favorite song.

    Just like a nuclear attack advice, this song for me is the meaning of how human madness can slice appart all dignity of human's rights, controls everything even of who can live and who are expendables. The way Jens and Meshuggah sing it is like to feel the end of our civilization. Saturday of insanity, Saturday is the end of the week.

    maryaprilon July 12, 2013   Link

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