Trading their lies on the TV-screen
Telling us all what to be
Act like they're gods, egos inflated
Can't believe you'd fail to see

Other lives on the great divide
And hungry you swallow their scheme
Small-minded fools, all so conceited
Don't you know that they're never quite they seem

As weird as if a dream

Another fool, one more crossing the line
Won't believe, a mad man leads the blind
So follow your heart and hear them cry
Because fools never die

Crawl on your knees for your world to grow.
A round of applause and you go
In with the freaks, swallow our poison
Never thought you'd stoop this low

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    My InterpretationThe thing I find it to closest relate to is the news, and specifically the news presented by Fox News. How if your opinion opposes what was stated on national TV that naturally the societies we live in today believe that you're the controversial one for even opposing what was said on the TV screen. Though it is controversial to do so by obligated standards that the fools present, its only because they think being informed is enough to make them feel that they're superior and have a larger ego. Quickly jumping the gun that the media today and news even more so are wrong more often than not and that the assumption of "NEW" things being the intellectually highest standard achievable.

    The conceited people like this psychologically are connected to the same studies that cell phones give off when it draws the line of how we socially and almost make it a hobby to simply check things like the news and use it to close out the rest of the world in our own little space of comfort and ignoring others. Sadly with social media today though, this occurs more often than it ever should because the concept of the internet freeing most intimidation from free-speech. e.g Saying fuck you on the internet, and saying it seriously in real life. A lot to say, but I support everything that it represents in this song honestly.
    FallenPixelson June 07, 2012   Link

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