Toxicity by System of a Down

Toxicity by System of a Down

Going hard-core, old school with System of a Down and Toxicity. I had dinner last night with my step sister, her husband and friends. Her husband,a big Iron Maiden fan, is becoming a big fan of System of a Down. Just made me want to put up their song today. Something different than I have ever posted as a Sunday song. This is a popular song for this group and it’s a great song.

https://youtu.be/pAZJmOgYdpU

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Looking at life through the eyes of a tired hub

Eating seeds as a pastime activity

The toxicity of our city, our city

You, what do you own the world?

How do you own disorder, disorder

Now somewhere between the sacred silence

Sacred silence and sleep

Somewhere, between the sacred silence and sleep

Disorder, disorder, disorder

More wood for the fires, loud neighbors

Flashlight reveries caught in the headlights of a truck

Eating seeds as a pastime activity

The toxicity of our city, of our city

Now, what do you own the world?

How do you own disorder, disorder

Now somewhere between the sacred silence

Sacred silence and sleep

Somewhere between the sacred silence and sleep

Disorder, disorder, disorder

Now, what do you own the world?

How do you own disorder, disorder

Now somewhere between the sacred silence

Sacred silence and sleep

Somewhere, between the sacred silence and sleep

Disorder, disorder, disorder

When I became the sun

I shone life into the man’s hearts

When I became the sun

I shone life into the man’s hearts

Songwriters: Daron Malakian / Shako Odadjian / John Dolmayan / Serj Tankian

Toxicity lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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