Hypnogaja - #04 Worship Me (I'm On TV) [from the new album Truth Decay]



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Worship Me (I'm On TV)

Busy with your empty life
Still don't know just what to try
I can be all that you need
I can can answer all your dreams
I feed off of your despair
Follow me, I'll take you there

Worship me
I'm on TV
Tell me you love me
Worship me
I'm on TV
I know that you love me

I'll distort reality
To give you what you need to see
I've got nothing new to say
But I will say it anyway
I will waste your days away
While the world falls to decay

Worship me
I'm on TV
Tell me you love me
Worship me
I'm on TV
I know that you love me
Worship me
I'm on TV
Tell me you love me
Worship me
I'm on TV
Tell me you love me
(I know that you love me)

I can be your distraction
Keep you away from all the action
Don't turn away, drop to your knees
Just keep your eyes fixed on me
On me, on me, on me
Keep em on me

Written by Jason "ShyBoy" Arnold, Mark Nubar Donikian, Jean-Yves "Jeeve" Ducornet/John Scott Mulchaey. © 2009 Idiot Speaks/Looking For Mr. Nubar/Wicked Night Music/Where's My Cut Publishing (ASCAP) Adm. worldwide by PEN Music Group, Inc. From the forthcoming album, TRUTH DECAY.





6:30 PM Worship Me (Im On TV)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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irrevocably on tonights season finale. Most critics agree that this season has been the most gripping in the series' history with contestants reaching new levels of deception and manipulation. The seasons most interesting twist has been allowing teenagers to compete for the first time, paving the way for a finale that pits a 16-year-old girl from a small town against a 43-year-old business man. The contest will certainly takes a few twists and turns before the outcome is revealed. Viewership is predicted to top last years finale by more than 40%, an astounding number in todays media age.

No doubt the shows focus on the most basic human needs food, water, shelter, companionship is the root of its success. Less a narrative and more an experiment in human psychosis, the show has become a touchstone of culture that all eyes are watching. No one wants to be in the dark about the contestants' weekly strategies as they vie to make it to the top of the heap. The previously unknown cast members, now bona fide celebrities, have shown us that doors fly open to those with celebrity status. For audiences who are seemingly starved for attention, programming like this can fulfill the need and then some.

And now that the finale has come, it is captivating people like nothing else in television history. All other networks have chosen to rerun old shows rather than compete with this juggernaut. Finale viewing parties are springing up at bars and restaurants everywhere, a welcome spike to local economy.

Whatever the outcome of tonights show, one thing is certain; TV has forever been changed by this phenomenon, and so have we. Nothing else seems to matter to anyone tonight; indeed the end of the world could come and no one would notice until tomorrow morning.