Investigate the meaning of your sentence
What is it telling you?
Where does it begin and where does it end?
Question the nature of your orders
Question the nature of your orders
Question the nature of your orders
What do they want from you?
A rendezvous upon the sound
The cars rev up the word goes round
The words are weapons of their will
Their words can hurt
Their words can kill
A burning phrase can burn a town
A syllable can bring you down
Their languages are coded
Your image is eroded
Listen to the sound you heard
Learn to fight against their word
Vocabularies of death
Destruction in their breath
They use the lie
They use the myth
Seek only to confuse
And liberty abuse
The lies they tell are pretty
And blow up another city
They steal away your freedom
And your love
Their sentimental calling signs
Are calculatingly designed
To rob you of your mind and time
And still you listen to
The lulling drone of reassuring voices
Tunes to take away your choices
Make you slaves to fancy words and phrases
Until you're pushing up the daisies
They steal away your freedom
And your love


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Coded Languages Lyrics as written by Michael Moorcock Harvey Bainbridge

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