"B) Anablephobia" as written by Thomas Giles Rogers Jr., Paul Andrew Waggoner, Mark Edward Castillo, Nicholas Shawn Fletcher and Jason Schofield King....
Clowns now appear.
They're carrying knvies and cups of gasoline.
"Tonight is our death." then begin to slash each other.
Clowns now appear,
They're carrying knvies and cups of gasoline.
"Tonight is our death." the skies open up, the flames pour in.
The world watched in awe.
Mesmerize.
The skies open up, the flames pour in...
The world watched in awe.
Mesmerize.

Death is in the air.
The three adults once again start talking.
They ask questions of faith and love.
"We shall live past these days, rid of all we've done."
I see what they mean now,
But the wretched smell has overcome, I am gone...
The baby born with the end of the world.
Awake... Awake... Awake... Awake...

(The five of us haven't spoken in hours.
Sitting alone to our own thoughts.
Only we will know what strange things boredom has created.)


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Lost Perfection: b) Anablephobia song meanings
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    General CommentI just know Anablephobia is the fear of looking up.
    joeyhigh5on June 09, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI do believe that this song contains THE SICKEST breakdown ever found in captivity. God fucking damn, that shit is pretty much a trainwreck.
    Dom Da Donkayon January 06, 2005   Link
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    Song MeaningContinuing from 'Lost Perfection," the three adults continue to plan a mission to save the world (which ultimately fails, hence the world ending).

    "We shall live past these days, rid of all we've done."

    This line means that they are trying to survive, but the second part is really saying that the end of the world is THEIR fault. Digging into the lyrics later in the BTBAM discography, you'd see that these are the people who destroyed the world. The whole song "Prequel to the Sequel" talks about 3 HUMANS who eventually destroy the world after plundering all of its love and resources. The whole Parallax series and even some songs off of The Great Misdirect (Fossil Genera for sure) tell the rest of this story.

    :)
    BTDANon October 20, 2012   Link

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