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

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Re to Idiot's comment
• Posted by: Karan Jagdish Bhatia   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, September 5, 2006, at 3:50 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Here are the complete NEODAMMERUNG lyrics(... (John)
• Now Playing: was just listening to the revolutions score

> I have to say those are some of the worst lyrics I've ever heard. yada
> yada? fo fo? Seriously, lets get some depth here writers. You can use big
> and complex words all you want but for them to resonate they got to mean
> something. I've never believed in actual lyrics until I heard the LOTR
> soundtracks and found out what there choral pieces meant. Amazing work
> there- here there is nothing but trash.

Man first of all u didnt know they were from the Upanishads, which is clearly mentioned too on music packaging et all, then u were even greater bufoon to state "yada yada" and "fo fo" as if they were the same thing. My dear dumb being, the fo fo thing was a spoof done by somebody with time to kill, the yada yada (pronounced as 'yahdaa yadhaa' which means for ever and ever and ever, understand? The Upanishads are far far greater than you to the extent of being free from them commented on by fools like you. FOR EVER AND EVER AND shall be called a fool - a pissed off Indian Aryan

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