i'm in love without the tears of regret
open fire cos i love it to death
sky high, with a heartache of stone
you'll never see me cos i'm always alone

how to love without a trace of dissent
i'll buy the toys if you can pay for the rent
flying high with the public in hand
i'm in love with the promised land

i'm in love with a malicious intent
you've been taken but you don't know it yet
a truer love has never yet to be found
i see the sunset through the eyes of a clown

Lyrics submitted by kare, edited by thewordvirus88, SaviourSelf, fghiar

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  • +5
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    The voice saying "it's OK! it's alright!" is Dennis Hopper from Apocalypse Now, when Capt. Willard finally arrives at Col. Kurtz's loony stronghold. Kurtz sacrifices people and leaves their heads and bodies lying around his camp. Ministry means Hopper's indication of safety by saying "It's OK! it's alright!" to Capt. Willard is just as rediculous as this "new world order" Bush mentions, and its implications on our future as a species.

    SlipperyPeteon October 12, 2006   Link
  • +3
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    Heh, the NWO's still coming, and's coming fast. It's a REAL nightmare.

    Muminon July 01, 2005   Link
  • +3
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    Even if you accept war as human nature you should still fear the New World Order. They don't want war; they want controlled extermination. They want to herd us all and pick us off one by one, after we're already disarmed and lost of rights. Once martial law is imposed, the civilians will be pitted against law enforcement and military (after confiscating all civilian weapons.) Think The Civil War meets World War 2. And considering that the people involved control the ONLY 2 political parties we have to choose from, there's nothing politically that we can do about it. We just have to wait for the inevitable nightmare to manifest, and hope we're not one of the many slaughtered.

    psychonauticalon December 09, 2007   Link
  • +3
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    Hell everybody, it may have helped if you weren't reading completely incorrect lyrics for years on end and trying to interpret this song. I've noticed that the lyrics featured here were/are the same incorrect lyrics for NWO that are on every other lyrics website. Al Jourgensen actually gave the official lyrics to a website called prongs and they are much clearer in meaning (it's about George Bush Sr. as stated before, but the lyrics actually make sense and seem a little less obscure) than the lyrics we've all been reading for years. I did try to edit NWO and put the correct lyrics in but I'm not sure if and when they will show up.

    thewordvirus88on August 30, 2013   Link
  • +2
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    good song

    Nymphetamineon May 04, 2006   Link
  • +2
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    For me the lyrics say something completely different then the voice clips in the song. The lyrics seem to be talking about social dysfunction and how more and more people are lacking the will to socialize, but the voice clips of George Bush are from his inaugural speech about how he's going to change the world (but obviously didn't). Maybe they're related... I'm not 100% sure on this song. Great tune though!

    FireTheMissilezon July 30, 2008   Link
  • +2
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    these lyrics are really good but I'm trying to figure out what they mean. "open fire because I love you to death" what? Good song, though. This new world order shit confuses me.

    DJgifon May 31, 2009   Link
  • +2
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    so hopper is like bush, assuring us that everything is fine and under control, its alright, even though theres dead bodies everywhere and shit.

    then the lyrics. not sure about the first verse - maybe all the lyrics are kinda like the conscience of a soldier who feels he has to do his duty and fight the war and participate in the system, even though it bothers him, but it eventually makes him crazy. so war def a theme, bc it is necessary for the NWO agenda to prevail. sky high, like a bomber, always alone, reclusive cause of mental issues retreating into himself.

    second verse - now we are talking about being part of it, the system, military, society - participating in society - forcing himself to love what hes doing without a trace of dissent for the system - its like torture but it is his job, it pays. becoming reclusive in this promised land, the new world orders creation.

    by the end he loves it. your born into it without knowing it, they have you. but this knowledge must not be found or learned by others, else they kill you. its the knowledge that can be seen in the eyes of the drowned.

    then bush talking about the NWO.

    you hear last rights being screamed in the background because this NWO system will be the death of so many.

    marclharperon September 13, 2008   Link
  • +1
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    I disagree, i dont think any of the wars were justified, and the lyrics epitomise the futility of the war.

    hell_i_call_my_headon May 24, 2004   Link
  • +1
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    Great song. Listen to it while driving. Its great adrenaline rush. I despise Bush and his supporters making this song one of my faves.

    Necronicon July 03, 2006   Link

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