Something that probably only works for our Finnish members, but hey, I'm listening to it so what the hell: Ismo Alanko - Hullun Paperit
This guy's a Finnish rock god, making music pretty much non-stop since 1979 and still going strong, dabbling with different subgenres and perceptively touching upon numerous down-to-earth yet important themes: the man himself says "For 40 years [he has] written songs reflecting on what all this is about. What it is to be a human, where that human originates and is heading, why the world is the way it is." No wonder the University of Eastern Finland granted him an honorary doctorate in philosophy.
As for this particular song (the best version of it, I reckon), it's the manic onslaught of a pacifistic narrator denounced for his views - because violence is so ingrained in society that any hint at the contrary immediately puts us on the back foot. But which side of the spectrum does madness truly lie?