Direct-to-Brain Windows and Remote Neuron Reading and Writing
There are many public clues in popular songs that hint at the atrocities and shocking injustice of the D2B segregation. Here are just a very few.

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Songs explicitly about Remote Neuron Reading and Writing and Direct-to-Brain Windows!


1) "Mr. Sandman" (1954) "Please turn on your magic beam"
2) "Day In, Day Out" (1939) (similar to "they are in, they are out")
3) "Don't Be Cruel" (1956) "at least please telephone"
4) "Eye In the Sky" (1982)
5) "I Only have Eyes For You" (1934) "I can't see a thing in the sky, I only have eyes for you"
6) "If you could read my mind" (1971)
7) "What's On Your Mind?" (1988) "I want to know what you're thinking, tell me what is on your mind"
8) "Almost Paradise" (1984) "You must have read my mind" "I'll share them all with you"
9) "I'm Every Woman" (1978) "I can read your thoughts right now, everyone from A to Z"
10) "Shake You Down" (1984) "I'm glad you picked up on my telepathy"
11) "Addicted to Love" (1985) "Your mind is not your own"
12) "You Should Be Mine" (1986) "and the heat from your mind"
13) "Mr. Telephone Man" (1984) "the situation's blowing my mind"
14) "Harder to Breathe" (2005) may hint about remote suffocation, and neuron written dream movies
15) "Carnival" (1995) "Have I been blind?"
16) "Suddenly I see" (2004)
17) "I Can't make You Love Me" "Turn down these voices inside my head"
18) "I Miss You" (2004) "you're already the voice inside my head"
19) "The Very Thought of You" (1934)
20) "Amazed" (1999) "I can hear your thoughts"

1814: "Star Spangled Banner" "Oh say can you see...?"- no they are not allowed to say - but that era may happen around 2300 or 2400 - where neuron consumers can admit to seeing direct-to-brain(TM) windows.
1934: "The Very Thought of You" by Al Bowlly - the keywords "You'll never know", "your eyes". There is a feeling that when the author says "It's just the thought of you" that they are trying to remove the hysteria and shock in thought-images and thought-sounds so people can accept communication by thought as a regular, even boring, reality. Note that anybody caught playing these songs is either an excluded, or a compassionate D2B consumer, and either way they tread in dangerous waters in showing even a remote care about the injustice.
1934: "I Only have Eyes For You" "I can't see a thing in the sky, because I only have eyes for you" -may hint at D2BW hoggery.
1939: "Day In, Day Out" - this is a classic keyword play on "they are in, and they are out" describing the segregation based on who gets D2B and who is being denied. As usual with codeworded hint-about-d2b songs there are many double meanings and keywords: (lyrics:
"the same old hoodoo follows me about"- probably a play on Hutu and Tutsi- and how an excluded/included person follows them: note later people changed it to the less meaningful "voodoo"- but it's so much funnier as "Hoodoo" with a female vocal complaining about an excluded guy or perhaps even an "excluded-who-knows" female vocal complaining about a D2B consumer using their advantage to follow them around (although that must be extremely extremely rare), "pounding in my heart whenever I think of you"- a classic remote molestation. Note that this is pretty clear evidence of RNRAW and D2BW before WW2 and before most of us were born- but the evidence goes much father back (at least to the 1500s CE) as the timeline shows.
1946: "La mer" ("The sea")/"Beyond the Sea"- "the see" has a double meaning for those who receive direct-to-brain windows in this long lived shocking segregation. It's funny (the English version in particular) taken from an excluded perspective, but also from a frustrated D2B consumer perspective- that somewhere for an excluded person there is another excluded mate waiting for them- but of course, as we know, excluded are never allowed to meet and reproduce. Also note the English version "beyond the stars" "beyond the moon"- in a time before the first satellite- just around the time of the first upper atmosphere V2 rocket tests.
1954: "Mr. Sandman" - what an wonderful song, and an unbelievable thing - here they say "please turn on your magic beam"- which is so meaningful- and really so smart a statement- because science tells us that remote neuron writing can be used to turn on or off the arousal and interest in any animal, just like turning on or off the sensation of hunger- and this has to have an effect on breeding and relationships on our tiny planet. Do people with remote neuron writing have a large influence in who gets to reproduce and who goes sexless and childless? They definitely do. And they exclude some of the most wonderful people. Isn't that line "I'm so alone" so sad? It must be so true for many excluded women, and probably mostly for excluded males- whose desperation the D2B take great advantage of to generate popular videos for "the see" (D2B consumers).
1955: "The Great Pretender" - may hint about the pretending that the D2B consumers must do- never admiting that they see and hear thoughts or know anything about anything. This song has the iconic lyric "No one can tell", and "yes!" which may hint at the yes and no or "go public with D2B?".
1956: "Don't Be Cruel", lyric "at least please telephone"
1962: "Do you hear what I hear?", Noel Regney and Gloria Shayne
1971: Gordon Lightfoot "If you could read my mind", what a tale my thoughts would tell - is that the understatement of two centuries? - there is a massive secret history of thought images from millions of people - all saved at the phone companies and govts of earth.
1978: "I'm Every Woman", Chaka Khan. "I can read your thoughts right now, everyone from A to Z".
1982: "Eye in the Sky", Alan Parsons Project, "I am the eye in the sky looking at you, I can read your mind. I am the maker of rules, dealing with fools, I can cheat'yiz blind"
1982: "Der Kommissar", Falco.
1982: "Rio", Duran Duran "I know what you're thinking I'll tell you something I know what you're thinking"- seeing the eye-image, the thought-image, and hearing the thought-audio tends to leave very little left to the imagination.
1983: Stevie Nicks: If Anyone Falls in Love, "from the back of your mind"
1984: Rockwell, "I always feel like somboy's watching me, and I have no privacy"
1984: "Shake You Down", by Gregory Abbott "I'm glad you picked up on my telepathy"
1984: "Almost Paradise", by Eric Carmen, "You must have read my mind" ('you must have written to my mind' - would have been an interesting lyric too), "I'll share them all with you"
1984: "Mr. Telephone Man", "...the situation's blowing my mind..."
1985: "Addicted To Love", by Robert Palmer: "Your mind is not your own" - like when your muscles are involuntarily contracted from people at remote locations.
1986: Paul Simon: I know what I know, "It's a thing that I do from the back of my head"
1986: "You Should Be Mine" (The Woo Woo Song), "...and the heat from your mind..."
1988: "What's On Your Mind?" by Information Society, "I want to know what you're thinking, tell me what is on your mind" and "If you Hyde away from me" (notice: "Hyde" which may hint about 10/24/1810 William Hyde Wollaston.)
1991: "Something to Talk About": written by Eikhard Eikhard, recorded by Bonnie Raitt "Maybe they're seeing, something we don't Darling"- yes a thing called "d2bw".
1992: "Secret World", Peter Gabriel. "All that have gone before and left no trace...making it up in our secret world", may relate to the many millions of secret murders done with remote neuron writing (galvanizations).
1993: Christmas Through Your Eyes", Gloria Estefan, "I wanna see Christmas through your eyes..." - that is now possible though 700 year old remote neuron reading technology. in Spanish: "Quiero ver de Navidad a trav├ęs de los ojos" - "Well you are not going to ! (closing eyes) - 7433473 has closed their eyes! ok just joking"
1995: "Carnival", Natalie Merchant. "Hypnotized Mesmerized By what my eyes have seen..." - from direct-to-brain neuron writing? Can you imagine the violence and abuse that neuron consumers must see that the excluded have never seen?
1996: "Don't Speak", by No Doubt
1999: "Amazed", by Lonestar, "I can hear your thoughts"
2000: Bonnie Raitt (Read, Shamblin, 1991) "I Can't Make You Love Me" has the line "Turn down these voices inside my head", which fights against the excuse that people who talk openly about hearing direct-to-brain audio from AT&T have some kind of psychiatric disorder and should be restrained and drugged.
2002: "Harder to Breathe", Maroon 5, may hint about the building up of a remote galvanization suffocation.
2003: "Look Through My Eyes", Phil Collins - little did many of us know that many thousands of people have been looking through our eyes at the images we see for 200 years.
2004: "Suddenly I see", by KT Tunstall, may reflect how different life is once a person gets to see videos in front of their eyes - a life of isolation, neuron victimization (although that probably continues even after a person gets to "see") and loneliness suddenly changes into a life full of physical and intellectual pleasure and friendships with many thousands of other people. Tunstall is also vegetarian so that is a plus! A funny version of the song goes "Suddenly I see...some stupid sht looking at/beaming on me."
"I Miss You" - Blink-182. The lyric "Don't waste your time on me, you're already the voice inside my head" is a clear hint about remote neuron writing of sounds. There are many possible meanings in this phrase. From the common public pretend view where D2BW is unheard of, it might mean that two people are so close that they each hear each other's voice- even in their thoughts. But there could be deeper meanings, for example just simply relating a hint about the way D2B consumers send thought-audio messages to each other. Another meaning that comes to mind is that many poor excluded people may spend a lot of time thinking about wealthy and popular D2B consumers (who, because they get D2B, can more easily get onto radio, television, published, etc.) that they hear on the radio, see on television, in magazines, etc. - but even just average poor D2B consumers around them, in no small part due to remote neuron writing which is used (often purchased from AT&T) to remind them of the popular D2B consumer's song, movie, or simply of an image they have seen of the D2B consumer. As a result, many excluded spend hours thinking of insiders that they have no chance of an actual relationship with instead of focusing on potential excluded mates around them. The worst of the D2B consumers do nothing to make this reality clear, knowing that many people thinking about them helps to maintain their popularity and income, and beyond that, they are strictly forbidden from saying anything about remote neuron reading and writing. So, in this interpretation, the song is kindly and honestly telling people, at great personal risk- but with an effort to say something powerful/shocking/memorable/daring, don't waste your time trying for a D2B consumer- they already hear your thoughts - and there is no chance for a relationship- no D2B consumer will have a relationship with an excluded person because D2B communication is impossible. Plus the excluded many times have an inaccurate picture of D2B consumers, not receiving the live video that D2B consumers receive, excluded can only draw from their memories of past images, or the occasional image remotely written there. It's even possible that the 2008 plane crash with the drummer, where some of the victims died, was some kind of punishment done using the dust-like particle devices of RNRAW and RTRAW (remote transistor reading and writing), by D2B murderers for hinting so explicitly about remote neuron writing. So we live in a terrible, but interesting time, where the heroic of this time risk their lives to tell the truth about things like RNRAW, having the result of gaining attention and admiration of the less brave. Just as in the past there were other different great truths and crimes to reveal to the public, so the future will bring a different set of requirements of the heroic of that time.
2005: 2005: "Speed of Sound", Coldplay, "How long before I get in?", and "if you could see it then you'd understand" may be referring to D2BW.
2006: "Telephone", by Lady Gaga. A lot of neuron code words: "I can't hear", "I have got no service, in the club","sipping that bub", "put my coat on"