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Same Same (But Different)

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Freeman · Same Same (But Different) (Guide)

Written by Litmus A Freeman © Project Freeman Music (2005 Gregorian)

Artwork by Litmus A Freeman

  

Performed by Litmus A Freeman (acoustic & electric rhythm & lead guitars and vocals) with...

**Miguel Simoes (drums, electric guitar & keys) and Gonçalo Marques (bass)

  

Recorded by Miguel Simoes & Alexandre Picinni

Mixed and Mastered by Alexandre Picinni**

  

**Note: the participation of my fellow artists in the production of this work should not be taken to mean that they necessarily agree with the political stance expressed in the lyrics or artwork.

  

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© Project Freeman Music

(23rd January 2005 Gregorian)

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Car bomb chaos on the streets and TV screens

Every where the Empire’s been

Deja Vu I’m sure I’ve seen this all before

Partitioned lands and civil war

  

Chorus:

A trail of terror in our wake

Evolution says you learn from your mistakes

But this is no mistake

'Cause we're all part of one big plan

Ever since the fall of man

   

Space invaders rule the world are you tuned in

To the way it's always been?

Fear and “freedom” marketed like cans of beans

And trivia distracts you from the scene and the question why?

  

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I read a book called 1984

If you don't read just look outside your door

They tell us we’re the ones at threat but I am sure

Aggressor is the name for those that start the fuckin' war

  

*{And “Holy Words” from Hollywood promote the beast

And terrorise the middle east

They came from there, now they’re on Sky & CNN

In Washington and No.10}*

  

Repeat Chorus

  

It's the same same, but different

Yeah it's the same same, but different

Same same, but different

Yeah it's the same same, but different

   

*{shorter version does not contain this verse}*

   

    

Other Versions

   

Latest Live (In Portugal) Version

At 'Barzinho', Ribamar - 5 Leo♌ 13521 UCC (26th July 2020 Gregorian)

Video by Miguel Simões

   

Free Man Band Live Rehearsal

Freeman · Same Same (Free Man Band Live Rehearsal)

Recorded 2 Aries 13520 UCC

(24th March 2019)

   

Previous - Live in Great Britain - Version

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Live @ Harlequin Fayre, Great Britain, 13514 UCC (2013 Gregorian)

   

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(Migrating from GooTube to BitChute - video will be uploaded asap)

   

   

Tuscan Raiders Studio (Shorter) Version

   

*{shorter Tuscan Raiders version does not contain the last verse}*

   

   

The Story of 'Same Same'

same same, ever since the fall of man

This one is very much inspired by the fantastic work of David Icke, who's books I have been an avid reader of since I began to "wake up" in the mid '90's. I also spent a lot of time in Thailand when I was travelling, post employment, and liked the "same same but different" phrase the Thai's use 'cause they don't have a direct translation for the English 'similar'.

It occurred to me that the way the imperial history of the European (Babylonian) aristocracy has repeated itself as they spread their evil across the globe was very much 'same same' and is by no means an accident or coincidence... in fact if you do the research you will see that it's very much "part of one big plan, ever since the fall of man"

This is particularly the case it seems with the old red, white and blue axis of evil, with the "UK" & "US" (and France) at the hands of their Zionist infiltrators

When I wrote this song (in 2005 Gregorian) I sent David Icke an email with the lyrics and was pretty chuffed when he actually posted it on his web site under the banner "a song for our times"

  

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