A brand new history slyly and quickly, sparkles in your eyes-hope you're not missing the flash points/sign posts etching the future from here. Ancient ancestors transmitting via a pool formed form rainfall where my reflection stares back at me and says over ancient view. The the dis again. Soulless, production so sing coasts watch.

As the sun sets bright earth and disappears from spirit of the world will rise up from our voices sing in union. Lifeless, secret abyss, plotting the world's doom and consumption wakes the sleeping world again. Our voices sing in union from african to australian mainland watch your brother's back yours sister's back. The americans plains of the sea of japan. In your own backyard or far off foreign lands we find our adversaries woven of same thread as evil hacks and rips at every corner of the world. The peoples voice will sing as one voice. our voices sing in union. The arabian sea to the coast of chile. watch your brother's back, watch your sister's back. The plateau of tibet to the bay of biscay. In your own backyard or far off foreign lands. We find our adversaries woven of the same thread. Rethink... fucking dig in! don't sit there and take it! they built it we can break it! we're not gonna stand for any G.A. double T's!!


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Mind the G.A.T.T. Lyrics as written by Patrick C. Bollinger Christopher Lee Barker

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    General Commenthmm..my favorite song of the Terrorstate.
    ayaneon June 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI love this song! I imagine it represents that the earth is a magical place and by mass consumption and the creation of big corporations, we are destroying the spirits that live here. I also think it means that we all have to pull together and help each other survive, whether we're fighting some punk who lives down the street, or a group of terrorists. When we can all realize that we don't need material possesions or industry, then the spirits of the earth can truly be free.
    Pakana Sieluon September 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song makes explicit reference to two things. First, the General Agreement on Trade and Tarriffs (Google that for some info on how your government is selling you into wage slavery to the corporations) and the London Underground (the subway)- when the train stops, there's a space between the train and the platform, and if you're careless, you can get stuck or even fall through. To remind people to be, well, mindful, a recorded voice is played that says "Mind the gap."

    Although seriously... when a polipunk band uses a proper noun you don't recognise, GOOGLE.
    Norton23on January 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI concur. My favorite song from this album. Very powerful and not cheesey like some of their other songs. Catchy as all hell. Interested in this topic? Research Lee Kyung-Hae and the book referenced in their new CD "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man." You can also google "Anti-Globalization"
    TopFiveRecordsXon March 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentVery powerful message of unity here, one of my favorite anti-flag songs :)
    xFaithon September 02, 2006   Link

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