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Comments about the soundtrack for The Matrix Revolutions (Don Davis)

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Re: Here are the REAL Neodammerung lyrics
• Posted by: Giovanni Pinuellas
• Date: Sunday, April 4, 2004, at 11:11 p.m.
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• In Response to: Here are the REAL Neodammerung lyrics (Steve Smithers)

> From wheat lead me to bread
From potatoes lead me to french fries
From various processed meats lead me to hot dogs.

> He who knows both lettuce and chicken,
with chicken overcomes
> vegetarianism and with
lettuce reaches salad.

> In his belly are digested the turkey and the ham
and all the grease of
> fast food, and in his stomach
sits the lo mein and all the foods of
> the far east.
Know him as the HUNGRY and leave aside all
other fat
> people. He is the bridge of overeating.

> Beyond the mustard is the ketchup, and beyond
the ketchup is
> mayonaise, its counterpart-sauce. Beyond
mayonaise is the barbacue
> sauce, and beyond this
is the Hot Sauce, the best sauce there is.

> When the meat and the chef are still,
and steak itself rests in
> silence, then
begins the Feast supreme.

> Fo fo fo fo fodo fododo
Fo fo fo fo fodo fodo fodo fodo
Fodo fodo
> fodo fodo fodo

> And when he is seen in his hugeness and
gluttony, then the strings
> that have
bound the cheese are unloosened, the hungers
of the
> belly vanish, and the law of starvation
works no more.

Very funny. Did you make that up?

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