By Anonymous | March 29, 2015 - 17:12 | Posted in AnonMusica | 2 Comments
Desaparecidos Anonymous



Can’t live today off that minimum wage unless you sleep on the factory floor
If there is anything great left in this sorry state it was built on the backs of the poor
So we buy and we sell for your corporate cartel and we vote when the contestant sings
A mind-control mix for our obedience, strong sleep-aids and hard energy drinks
Cause Freedom is not free
Neither is apathy

“Slay Goliath! Slay Goliath!”
The flashmob all held up their phones
But you cannot predict when the students riot
And a big machine always moves slow
So throw your little stone

You can’t stop us
We are Anonymous
You can’t stop us
We are Anonymous
Expect us
We know what all of us know

You can’t stop us
We are Anonymous
You can’t stop us
We are Anonymous
Expect us
We know what all of us know

A half-dozen cops came to seize a laptop from a sleeping fifteen year old kid
They broke down the door and discovered some more, a hundred million exactly like him
So we do not forgive and we do not forget, we are legion, expect us, you’ll see
The righteous will resist, underfed eat the rich and the data mines finally come clean
Cause Freedom is not free
And neither is secrecy

You can’t stop us
We are Anonymous
You can’t stop us
We are Anonymous
Expect us
We know what all of us know

You can’t stop us
We are Anonymous
You can’t stop us
We are Anonymous
Expect us
We know what all of us know

We know what Big Brother did
We’re the Tattletale
We’ll see your All-Seeing-Eye in hell
Sauce:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFek4aTYtjA

About Desaparecidos
Desaparecidos is a 5-piece rock band fronted by Bright Eyes singer/songwriter Conor Oberst (vocals, guitar) and featuring Denver Dalley (guitar), Landon Hedges (bass, vocals), Ian McElroy (keyboards), and Matt Baum (drums). Matt and Ian are familiar to many of you from the various incarnations of Bright Eyes’ touring band in which they played.

Oberst may be better known for his confessional songwriting and storytelling, but Desaparecidos is nothing of the sort. Indeed, similar vocal melodies and song structure are present, but the guitars are loud and distorted, the bass is pounding, and the drums and keyboards round out this hi-energy, pop-rock band without the lyrical focus of personal relationships. Oberst screams out observational commentary about urban development, the sacrafice of human value for the dollar bill, and the new American Dream. http://www.conoroberst.com/02/projects/desaparecidos/

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  2. Great stuff…loved it TY Conor n guys n of course TY Anonymous #solidarity #peace #love ur way! 😉 revolution NOW #Godbless us ALL