"Twisted Logic" as written by Guy Rupert Berryman, William Champion, Christopher Anthony John Martin and Jonathan Mark Buckland....
Sunlight, opened up my eyes
To see for the first time
It opened them up
And tonight, rivers will run dry
But not for the first time
Rivers will run

Hundreds of years in the future
There could be computers
Looking for life on Earth
Don't fight for the wrong side
Say what you feel like
Say how you feel

You'll go backwards, but then
You'll go forwards, again
You'll go backwards, but then
You'll go

Created, then drilled and invaded
If somebody made it
Someone will mess it up
And you are not wrong to
Ask who does this belong to?
It belongs to all of us

You'll go backwards, again
You'll go forwards, again
You'll go backwards, again
You'll go forwards

You'll go backwards, but then
You'll go forwards, again
You'll go backwards, but then
You'll go forwards


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"Twisted Logic" as written by Guy Rupert Berryman Christopher Anthony John Martin

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    General CommentI think some of you dig into it more than is necessary. Is everything a Bush allegory? Right when I heard this song I thought of it as telling the nature of the universe and civilization-- someone makes it, someone messes it up. Civilizations are made and destroyed, invaded by others, tthen those who invaded are invaded. Like someone already said, it's about nature's cycle. And it sounds like:

    Don't fight for the wrong side
    Say what you feel like
    Say how you feel

    Is saying, it's ok to be fall into that cycle, there's no need to fight against it, because it's nature.
    Emilio Estevezon June 04, 2005   Link

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