"homeless club kids" as written by Michael Giacalone, Darren Amadio and Andrea Vaughn....
When the dance floor's full all the kids look so beautiful. When the dance floor's full all the kids look indivisible. The disremembered stars of architectural disasters. The disremembered stars as bright and lost as fireflies in jars. Do you really want to stay amongst these starving stowaways? Do you really want to stay lost? When the dance floor clears, I take a pack of matches as a souvenir. When the dance floor clears, I walk home alone with their voices still in my ears. The ghosts of dead teenagers sing to me while I am dancing. They're sad and young, and they'll be sad and young forever. And I cry until I throw up.

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"Homeless Club Kids" as written by Darren Amadio Andrea Vaughn


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    General CommentThis My Favorite's best song. It could be put onto an 80s mixtape alongside Duran Duran, A-ha, and A Flock of Seagulls and no one would notice; the difference is that this song doesn't contain any of the cheesiness associated with some of the artists from that period, and the lyrical depth gives artists like Morrissey a good run for seeing who can write the most depressing upbeat piece possible.

    It is admitting to yourself that you're growing away from the club scene. And all of your friends are still having the time of their lives wrapped up in it. You begin to see how they now all look the same--how they appear "indivisible." And you realize, twofold, that you were no different and that it's the same scripted actions every night. "Do you really want to stay lost?" So you take one last memory of your time there...and you never look back. "They're sad and young, and they'll be sad and young forever." It's admitting that the people you loved won't be the same people you need anymore. You've changed. "And I cry until I throw up."

    It is the representation of dancing all night by yourself after the loss of a friend.
    kyle effin keyon September 07, 2005   Link

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