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System of a Down - Toxicity

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Looking at life through the eyes of a tire hub
Eating seeds is a pastime activity
The toxicity of our city, of our city

No, 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 their fires, loud neighbours
Flashlight reveries caught in the headlights of a truck
Eating seeds is a pastime activity
The toxicity of our city, our city


No, 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

No, what do you own the world?
How do you own 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 mans' hearts
When I became the sun
I shone life into the mans' hearts

"Toxicity" is a single by System of a Down, released in 2002. It was originally released on the Toxicity album (2001). The writing credit for the song is Malakian/Odadjian/Tankian. Although it never achieved the mainstream success of "Chop Suey!" and "B.Y.O.B.", Toxicity remains one of System of a Down's most popular songs among fans. The song was ranked #14 on VH1's 40 Greatest Metal Songs [1]. The song is in C minor key and it is played on dropped C tuned guitar.[citation needed] "Toxicity" is a downloadable song for the music video game series Rock Band, and is a featured track in Guitar Hero: Metallica. It made #53 on the Y2KROQ Top 200 Songs of the Century. The video was directed by Shavo Odadjian. The beginning of the video shows the streets of Los Angeles, California, then cuts to the band. Daron Malakian can be seen wearing a Los Angeles Kings jersey with his last name on the back most of the time in the video. During the verses, a projector shows homeless people lined against the streets. The end of the video is a reference to a Pantera music video.

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