It's gonna take an airplane to get us off the ground
I don't blame anyone who isn't sticking around
Cause when you stick around
When you stick around
People like to put things in the ground
Now in my evil empire
I am gonna be a star in the night sky above
So you think this is love?
Yes, I guess so, or at least something to make it from
Dress like a dream dreamt by Lola magazine
Baby you were born to be seen
And art's just the start
Now step inside the widowmaker and listen to your heart
Always the play, never the thing
Submarines don't mind spending their time in the ocean


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    General CommentIts about solitude.for me anyways, is that perception sound with you?
    mr.pharmaciston September 17, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis seems to be about how a relationship can potentionally become a concrete aspect of one's life. love results in a committal relationship which may lead to the inescapable roads of marriage & family. i am reminded of the traditional suburban lifestyle with the phrase, "People like to put things in the ground", as the construction of a suburban home initiates a life within the norm.
    A disinterest in conventional relationships is illustrated with, "So you think this is love?
    Yes, I guess so, or at least something to make it from", as love is identified as a feeling to be avoided and left behind. As Mr. Pharmacist suggested, solitude is offered as the escape to the entrapment of love.
    watchthepulseon October 08, 2006   Link

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