Music of any description holds a very strong influence over the mind since everything works on vibrations, vibrations are sound waves thus everything works on sounds waves. This explained shows that music will obviously have a strong influence over the brain affecting thought and actions, because everything works on sound waves it allows for a very unnoticeable type of mind control. When one listens to music, it often will be a type of music that reflects how that person is feeling or how they wish to feel for instance if you were feeling down you might choose to listen to something that lifts your mood and makes you feel happier or motivates you.
Lyrics of course being repetitive also provide adequate influence on the mind, any type of repetition will stick in the mind yet many deny the possibility of mind control through pop songs and such. It is clear when you look around at life today that pop music has a compelling impact on those who listen to it. If you have ever seen any films from the year 1908 up until the year 1952 (i give these dates as after them all films were rubbish propaganda) films made during these dates were decent and though it wasn't all special effects the actual film itself was made to a great standard, such a great standard that many of these films have been remade (since the film industry are running out of original ideas) and passed off as new ideas. These types of "old" films contained no nudity or sexual references nor did they contain foul language or inarticulate speech of any kind for that matter.
Since the end of the war the film industry slipped in to a very different mode of propaganda, also gradually working nudity in to films in such a subtle manner that it went completely unnoticed and is now classed as normal. This type of soft nudity they started with paved the way for hardcore porn scenes now witnessed in today's films and because many generations have grown around such films it is accepted as a natural part of life.
My reason for mentioning old and modern films is nudity being introduced in to our film industry allowed music videos to be the same and song lyrics to be explicit in a sexual manner and foul language is common in music that is directed towards children. Many "pop songs" contain sexual and homosexual references, should our children really have such lyrics blasted out at them and brainwashing them? I certainly don't think so.
These days many children "experiment" sexually as they are told it is what you are supposed to do by films and songs in order to know what they like, these children are often under age. Why should it be seen as OK to sleep around with anything that has a pulse? Shouldn't our children be taught that sex is an act of love not something to give out left right and centre with no particular preference of sex, age or number of partners. The surprising things is i have never noticed parents complain about the lyrics in today's music that they find their young children listening to, we are brainwashed in to accepting most kinds of perversion such as homosexuality, paedophilia and slaggy behaviour by the telly and music which daily holds its control on thought by repetition. A good example of this is the song by Katy perry "i kissed a girl" when you look at the lyrics it is describing children as only young girls would wear "cherry chap stick" and as it states in the title it is about a girl kissing a girl, the repetition from such lyrics will obviously be influencing many young girls in to experimenting in a such a way. Many modern songs contain lyrics of a sexual nature and are all directed at young children, also many songs are ill written and contain swear words this explains the mass use of foul language seen today.
When you compare the standard of films from 1908 to 1952 with films after 1952 up to today's films and look at how people used to behave in comparison with how people behave today it is easier to understand how such things as films and music can influence human behaviour.