In Flames: Episode 666 Meaning
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Episode 666 Lyrics
fasten the left hand belts
Remember not to think too much
and your trip will be numbingly pleasant
Non-caring is the easiest way
but to secure a passage to the 2nd plane
you have to complete level...
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Its pretty simple. Another song reflecting the dissilussionment of members of modern society, in this case anders and co.... "the squirrel wheel begins" refers to the futile cycle of living in modern society. "remember not to think too much, and your trip will be nimbingly pleasant", about the apathy of today. The whole song paints a bleak picture of us moving powerless, numb and blind through through "urban gravestones", using 666 to conjur the sense of despair and chaos. Fantastic song though, perhaps the best of the best in flames (older stuff.)
anonymous Feb 26th 2020 report
You idiot. Anders said a long time ago this song was about videogames
anonymous Aug 24th 2008 report
are you retarded this album came out long before 2001
jeeze some In Flames fan you are to not know that YA DUNCE!
anonymous Jul 21st 2008 report
I read the lyrics over and over again and both of the interpretations above make sense.
This interpretation has been marked as poor. view anyway
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