Securitron

Album: Obsolete (1998)
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  • Invade and encompass to judge and dissect
    Witness and persecute to serve and protect
    To serve, and protect to serve
    To serve, and protect to serve

    Watchful and aware, constrain every movement
    Admit the consequences, freedom's an illusion

    Where is security governed through scrutiny?
    Your privacy denied, organized and confined!
    No place to hide!
    No place to hide!

    There is no place to hide
    Plugged in your mind
    Conformed design

    To concede your rights
    Concede your mind
    Surrender to authority

    'All must abide and all must adhere'
    Future oppression becoming more clear
    This is a warning so you must take heed
    This coming vision is reality

    Where is security governed through scrutiny?
    Your privacy denied, organized and confined!
    No place to hide!
    No place to hide! Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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