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Xanthe Littlemore – Death By Information lyrics

V1) They don't make pain like they used to, eighty thousand mobile phones
And twenty seven tv stations radiating through my bones

Ch) Now it's death by information, watch it on the news
Toxic saturation, Iя only went to buy some shoes
Mass manipulation, caught you in the net
You might run, and you might hide, but you will not forget

V2) They don't make confusion like the old days,
When what you had to watch for was thieves
And who might come to the village, and who was going to leave

Ch) Now it's death by information, frantic facile ads
Toxic saturation, it'll drive you mad
Mass manipulation, buy this kind of dress
And take this pill if you get I'll and you can't take the stress

V3) They don't make pain like they used to, now they put you on hold
And make you listen to Greensleeves, we're bankrupt if silence is gold

Ch) Now baby it's death by information, chewing up your time
Toxic saturation, just like junk mail in my mind
Mass manipulation, we could all be like Stepford Wives
We might think so, but we don't know who's got hold of our lives



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