binge cringe on the fringe
sloppy mincing eye dropping
biopsy cyclops overlooks
optic options
rotton showstopper skinpopper
babbler dabbler
self confessed criminal
tore pen in vain
instant still spellbound
game stock talk back rock
reencounter incident
subsistance inexistant
non committed
unwitted oblivious
habitual resistor
buff the stuff
roughed up edge
fluent nudge
pre-collect ignition
motivation inexistant

wasted views
thats all they see blue
hot blood guild
optic nerve
with the right attitude
you will succeed blue
self abusive recluse
too late for me
make shifting peace
settling crazy things
keep your eyes open
soft spoken changes nothing
a view so cruel

dogs body comatose
torchlight roast
retold impressed
by possession
insiders know refresh
detained contest
off and pure
sure tonight
it feeds itself freeze in time
or shadows climb distracting override
instincts evolve
and try over and over

wasted truth
why call at all blue
hot lines
eventual decline
with the right attitude
you will succeed blue
resent that discontent
define the state of things
so far
crazy things
a view so cruel

Lyrics submitted by NIN7688

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  • +4
    General CommentI disagree. Everyone knows Ogre was outspoken about animal rights. I am an activist myself, so I really get this one. I strongly believe it is about the hopeless feeling we all get when we realize we aren't getting very far with peaceful protest. I'm also a trained linguist, some of the lyrics are wrong. It's

    wasted muse,
    that's all they see blue
    hot blood, guilt
    etc etc

    and also, he mentions, quite clearly, animal testing.

    sloppy, mincing, eye-dropping biopsy.

    companies like johnson and johnson often burn animal's eye to test their products.


    dog's body comatose,
    torchlight roast

    the military used to do tests where they would (really) burn dogs alive to test flamethrowers, the dogs did eventually lose consciousness. Nobody cares about these things, and if people knew what we did to our animals, they would be shocked.

    blue is someone who is discouraged. hence, 'blue'.

    why call at all, blue?
    hot lines eventual decline

    nobody is listening


    with the right attitude,
    you will succeed blue
    resent that discontent

    people don't even think about these things even though they made entire albums about animal rights. It is very important to Ogre.
    Luciferion March 09, 2013   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI don't think anyone mentioned that Charlie Manson was singing the lyrics to the Beatles "Helter Skelter" in the middle of the song..along with sampled guitars from the Beatles too.
    halation777on July 17, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis is one of my favourite songs. I'm glad my boyfriend sends me industrial songs, haha. My website is totally based on the lyrics.
    ayeka_007on May 03, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSkinny Puppy RULE!! the obscurity rocks XP
    AllOnBlack666on March 23, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think it's about the televeision and suveillance culture that pushes the working classes to doing drugs to escape their exploitation. As a result, the people are put into jail and are either re-educated or end up in prison again, or they spend their lives sedated so that they never do anything (noncommitted.... softspoken changes nothing). It's about having a lot of hate for the system but destroying yourself with heroin or other drugs because you feel helpless and unable to change anything.
    c0intelpr0on October 27, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentBlue is Sandra "Blue" Good, a member of the Manson family.
    randir14on June 28, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Commentword salad
    massivetidalwaveon June 26, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWell it has obvious connections to Charles Manson. The samples are all of Charlie, and the references to BLUE are of one of the "Manson Girls." If you never knew this, which is doubtful, listen to the song again and think about it in that way.
    NIN7688on April 28, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song.
    although the way skinny puppy wrote thier songs always make them so very hard to interperate. I think as with a lot of skinny puppy's song it tries to show a different way of looking at society and how it works.

    Prehaps there's some sort of reasoning about Charles Manson in here seeming as the samples are of him (thanks for that info NIN7688)

    The sample 'Now Is The Only Thing That's Real' seems to captivate me at the end of the song.
    WORlockon May 07, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song as well. Lyrically, I don't delve too deep into the content... it's pretty demented and probably isn't meant to be interpreted anyway. However, cEvin Key's dark and brooding synth work affects me gr8ly. This is one of those worx of art of which I speak.
    NobodyHereon July 10, 2002   Link

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