And it was so contradictory yet deliberately put never should we start a lecture with a quote- Two-tone stage background the actors returning home to eat food covered in nothing good served in purple plasticwear the orchestra isn't craving our attention it sparks the active chords and the stage is set ablaze the conductor lights a cigarette we look at illustrations of ourselves- The orchestra isn't craving just isn't craving out attention Appliances that would blow a fuse at any time while conducting an ancient family recipe to the very next generation- We never saw them coming we've been throwing stones at glass houses for too long It's such a cliché.


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    General Commenti like the clean part for this song its so sexy
    Hypervioleton July 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentNo matter how hard you scream to the audience, to the record companies, to everyone involved, it still seems like it's not enough. The artists are still starving. The sarcastically named orchestra, the kids who think they know everything there is to know about the music they've been blessed with the privilege of hearing, they aren't craving 12's attention because they're all about the fashion and the scene of the music.
    It's so sad to think that they feel throwing stones at glass houses is no longer worth the effort, or maybe they do. maybe its people like me who truly appreciate them that keeps it going.
    benjaminoliveron December 18, 2007   Link

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