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Old 05-31-2007, 08:56 AM
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Default Re: MIND CONTROL AND THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

As I stated in this thread, I stopped listening to HIS music after all was said and done back in the day. Too many lies in his songs, but in an altered state, believing the lies while on his site and listening to his music again, was quite depressing. It was almost as if he was the hero and me, well, it was all because of me that we weren't together.

While I was on his site, I think I had two of HIS CDs. I never really listened to them very often and I wasn't really interested in his music. I was there because of a political remark he made and I was writing about the government.

However, I was asked by a poster which song of HIS I had on at the moment. I didn't have one on. I mean, I didn't know it was mandatory to have his music playing while writing about the government/politics on HIS site.

I began to listen to all of his SONGS, as I've demonstrated within this thread and the lyrics. Picking through them with a fine tooth comb after leaving HIS site and coming OUT of the altered state.

I also stopped listening back in the day because of the embedded "triggers" and my hatred for the man.

Since, I shunned HIM and his music, I believe there are songs by other artists that speak to mind control slaves.

Such as Billy Joel's Code of Silence.
Remember, Springsteen has a song titled the same.

Everybody's got a million questions
Everybody wants to know the score
What you went through
It's something you
Should be over now

Everybody wants to hear the secrets
That you never told a soul before
And it's not that strange
Because it wouldn't change
what happened anyhow

But you swore to yourself a long time ago
There were some things that people never needed to know
Guess there's one that you keep
That you bury so deep
No one can tear it out

And you can't talk about it
Because you're following a code of silence
You're never gonna to lose the anger
You just deal with it a different way

And you can't talk about it
And isn't that a kind of madness
To be living by a code of silence
When you've really got a lot to say

You don't want to lose a friendship
There's nothing that you have to hide
And a little dirt
Couldn't hurt no one anyway

And you still have a rage inside you
That you carry with a certain pride
In the only part of the broken heart
That you could ever save

But you've been through it once
You know how it ends
You don't see the point
Of going through it again
And this ain't the place
And this ain't the time
And neither's any other day

So you can't talk about it
Because you're following a code of silence
You're never gonna to lose the anger
You just deal with it a different way

So you can't talk about it
And isn't that a kind of madness
To be living by a code of silence
When you've really got a lot to say

I know you well enough to tell you've got your reasons
That's not the kind of code you're inclined to break
Some things unknown are best left alone forever
And if a vow is what it takes
Haven't you paid for your mistakes

After the moment passes
And the impulse disappears
You can still hold back
Because you don't crack very easily

It's a time honored resolution
Because the danger is always near
It's with you now
But that ain't how it was supposed to be

And it's hard to believe after all these years
That it still gives you pain and it still brings tears
And you feel like a fool
Because in spite of your rules
You've got a memory

But you can't talk about it
Because you're following a code of silence
You're never gonna to lose the anger
You just deal with it a different way

But you can't talk about it
And isn't that a kind of madness
To be living by a code of silence
When you've really got a lot to say

MOST OF US LISTEN TO THE MUSIC. READ THE LYRICS IN THIS SONG!!!

I wonder if any of these musicians could possibly give a comprehensive explanation as to whom they are talking about.

I highly doubt it. Remember, they tell us it's just the creative process and they're so gifted, WE wouldn't understand.

As Springsteen said, in the end, you have to not know where a song came from.

That basically tells us, that any explanation about a song is impossible if you don't know where it came from.
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