Here's a list of side effects practice tested
Covering every malice angle for example
You will sleep forever you will never sleep again
Yawn to yawn your face is born to mask the shade of shit

You're in now it's time to fake resignment room
Assignment next door to the generator what the fuck
It is whatever powers lights to burn all night your
Teeth to grind to grind so fine you'll find out sooner

What it is to ring the alarm or you're sold to dying
Fell, destroyed and long out used step into it green
In laying water blue cop a feeling coprophagics
Say next in line well how about you freedom's fiction

Sorry fifteen time to sell the softer shoe ring the
Alarm or you're sold to dying (respects to tenor saw)

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    tenor saw was a reggae artist in the 80s, his big hit was "ring the alarm". he was either run over or killed drug deal gone wrong, depending on who you ask. coprophagics are shit eaters. seems death-like but there's a bit of prison imagery too. either way it has a hopeless feel to it.

    szorkoon December 20, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    pretty sure it's got something to do with the healthcare industry

    kyeoon June 13, 2013   Link
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    My Opinion

    Probably one of my favorite Fugazi songs.

    XNeverMindon February 04, 2012   Link
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    I don't know anything about Tenor Saw other then what the first guy said. To me when he says "Ring the alarm or you're sold to dying". I think he's talking about drug use. You can get help for your drug addiction, but if not "you're sold to dying". That's my take on it anyway.

    Adrift9on June 24, 2015   Link

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