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Mudvayne: Everything and Nothing Meaning


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Everything and Nothing Lyrics

We swallow the spit,
Steal acceptance lend denial,
Telling me that my life is free and boundless,
Then I'm forced to stay between the lines,
They construct death to demolish life,
Plant the seeds to harvest loss,
Found empty truth is full...

  1. anonymous
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    Apr 5th 2012 report

    I think the song is about politics and how it's up to us to change them. We want to change, but have no idea what to do different. All in all, it's up to the people to change, but there isn't much any one person can do. "I am everything, I am nothing"

  2. anonymous
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    Dec 10th 2011 report

    everything and nothing is about the duality in life, and the idea that everything is nothing in a bigger scope, and nothing is everything in an inner conscious sort of way.
    *these guys are much more genius than whats given at face value*

  3. anonymous
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    Jun 11th 2007 report

    This song is about the issue of abortion in society. What is being said, is that it is a futile argument. The true thing that must be evaluated is if the life in question will be brought into a world of love, or a world of neglect. If they will be brought into a world of neglect, then they are everything physically, but nothing emotionally. If a child won't be loved, they should be spared the pain of living that life.

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