"Populace in Two" as written by Derek Alan Bloom, James Darrell Hargrove, Travis Brandon Richter and Jon Weisberg....
Your memories will always
Haunt me like a ghost
To put it nicely I hope you choke
A poet of sorts but I'm not enough
To give you an eyesore
It's hard to swallow
With your hands around my throat
I'm sick and tired of, 'I told you so'
You can call me at home
But I know better
Than to answer the phone
When people ask about
The last time that we spoke
I let the stitches do the talking
For the most part
And I leave out how you threw
A lamp through my front window
Just burn the photographs
And bury all the pages that we knew
In short this is a long goodbye
To unexpecting you
Just burn the photographs
And bury all the pages that we knew
In short this is a long goodbye
To unexpecting you
Even if I spend 2004 listening
To Morrissey in my car
I'm better off alone
Than I would be in your arms
Even if I spend 2004 listening
To Morrissey in my car
I'm better off alone
Than I would be in your arms

Just burn the photographs
And bury all the pages that we knew
In short this is a long goodbye
To unexpecting you


Lyrics submitted by AFIncinerate337

"Populace in Two" as written by James Darrell Hargrove Derek Alan Bloom

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  • +1
    General Commentwell this is obviously about a crazy ass bitch

    I let the stitches do the talking for the most part
    and I leave out how you threw a lamp through my front window
    Iamthesceneon January 03, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commenthahah to me this song is humoress...it sound like its about a horrible brake up, nice, i like it alot.
    music*ismyboyfriendon January 12, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentlol...i think its about hid ex girlfriend emily..but they only broke up recently...i dont know

    but it isnt about a stalker...and he ment it was his heart that needed stitchers....
    Xx_heartXcore_xXon October 01, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"Even if I spend 2004 listening to Morrisey in my car
    I'm better off alone than I would be in your arms"

    Haha. Morrisey is my hero.
    LurkerAbysson February 06, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti'm that crazy ass bitch...
    no i wish..
    wait accually i dont
    cause then i wouldn't have sonny.
    hmm interesting
    xemoscreamoxon June 02, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgreat song...i think hes saying goodbye to someone he loved
    underoathison July 22, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWhen you think about it, it could actually be about a crazed/stalkerish fan. I mean, who else really throws a lamp through someone's window, gives them a bad enough wound that they need stitches, and then phones them?

    It's like 'Leave a message after the beep. *beep* Hi, it's me again. You know, the girl that broke your window, gashed open your stomach and killed your mom? Yeah...just wanna say hi!'
    feobeoon July 28, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGood song. Really cool song. I like the little guitar "solo" close to the end. FFTL rocksors my boxors. I saw them at the Warped Tour. Sonny is so gross. He was licking his microphone and pretending to fap while singing the hidden track. They're cool anyway.
    darknesscoatsuson August 27, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti honestly think this songs about the old singer and sonny and the band replacing him like it was planned "just burn the photographs and bury all the pages that we knew in short this is a long goodbye to unexpecting you".
    xRobberxon October 04, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song ^_^ Tis my fave ^_^
    Hmm not sure about what the lyrics are about though...
    I think a bad break up =S
    Lozaon December 04, 2005   Link

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