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Pearl Jam: World Wide Suicide Meaning

Song Released: 2006


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I felt the earth on Monday. It moved beneath my feet.
In the form of a morning paper. Laid out for me to see.

Saw his face in a corner picture. I recognized the name.
Could not stop staring at the. Face I'd never see again.

It's a shame...

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    anonymous
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    Oct 12th, 2018 10:46pm report


    About the psychological damage done to humanity and Our souls in the times when Those Warmongers conjured up the plan to FLATTEN THE WORLD OUT, but unfortuently according to Their point of view. As by Their ''shock and awe'' stradegy that started in the Balkans and throughout the Middle Easter wars. All for setting up Their New World order, on a flat clean slate.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 30th, 2015 4:46am report


    The Vedders are angry against the war in Iraq and criticism on the us government.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 15th, 2011 7:24pm report


    I can almost relate this song to Obama today when he says "writing checks that others pay". But this song is about Vedder's anger towards the war in Iraq.



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    Doppleganger
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    Sep 13th, 2010 9:45pm report


    The song is about anger against the war in Iraq and criticism on the U.S. government.




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