Delete the streaming frequency from the fear side

[chorus]
SCARY, Outside of the fear side
SCARY, Nowhere to be destroyed
SCARY, Outside of the fear side

Nobody wants to do it all
So, tell me why it happened
You visualize it
If everybody wants to belong
And terrified
The scary world come
You belong
And terrified
The scary world come

[translation]
Then, another stepped out
The world evil killed him

What are the roots?
What is justice, evil?

[translation]
Tell me why we are killing and dying now.

America, Euro, Asia, Middle east
Religion, History, Greed



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    One of the best songs in the world.

    I think it has something to do with war, but that seems obvious.

    Zoneon July 24, 2005   Link
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    this song is fantastic!

    dakinatoron December 21, 2005   Link
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    I love the tempo change near the end, I think this songs about fear and how its normal to be scared, but you gotta try overcome it.

    dakinatoron December 21, 2005   Link
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    The lyrics for this song were probably inspired by the recent war in Iraq, and the current political climate. I think Takeshi is trying to say that the world is now a crazy place, riddled with war and greed, and the only thing everyone has in common concerning this situation is some sxort of fear, everybody is scared about what's happeneing and the possibilities that could arise, but if we unite and overcome this fear, fear which the authorities use to control us, we can make this world a better place.

    rorz999on January 01, 2006   Link
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    mental ass song its scary-delete streaming freq. from fear side :]

    AllOnBlack666on May 12, 2007   Link
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    "It's a song about all the people who have been forced to be exposed to danger, violence and terror. It's also about Iraq. Nobody can define what justice is; because it depends on which side you are on to justify yourself. But fear is the only thing everybody feels." - Kyono (taken from an interview in a UK magazine)

    Deadbornon August 08, 2008   Link

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