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  • Lets start off with the lyrics, shall we? "They say misery loves company We could start a company And make misery, Frustrated Incorporated I know just what you need I might just have the thing I know what you'd pay to see Put me out of my misery I'd do it for you, Would you do it for me? We will always be busy, making misery We could build a factory, and make misery We'll create the cure, we made the disease Frustrated Incorporated, Frustrated Incorporated I know just what you need I might just have the thing I know what you'd pay to feel Put me out of my misery Suicide kings and drama queens Forever after happily making misery Did you satisfy your greed, get what you need Was it only envy, so empty Frustrated incorporated... I'd do it for you, would you do it for me?" The way I interpret the song, is that its a song about suicide. Obvisouly "they" are miserable, and the "I'd do it for you, would you do it for me" to me means that he would put the other out of his misery if the other would put him out of his misery. This is just my interpretation.
  • To interpret this song by the lyrics, it doesn't get any clearer than: "Put me out of my misery." This is an expression of feeling dejected. Also, "We could build a factory, and make misery." Being forlorn welcomes anybody else that's miserable. So more misery means, "Forever after happily making misery."

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