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Sick inside I'm gonna run all night
Second sight, I'm gonna run all night
Under fire lights, I'm wearing neon stripes
Under fire lights, I'm wearing neon stripes

Tokyo, antidote, chaperone Conversational distemper
International satire
Conversation error
International satire

Shatter! (x2)

Jedi Knight, I'm gonna run all night
I got a Jedi Knight, I'm gonna run all night
Under fire lights, I'm wearing neon stripes
Under fire lights, I'm wearing neon stripes

Slant your head at four, five degrees and rising (x2)
Light on skin fashion, designs for the future (x2)


Ice cream pavements in the sunshine
Blind men walking into failure
Moonlit questions on the beachside
Where foreign eyes dare to play
Monday to Thursday's rhyme like
Sidewinding missiles in the shade of the past
I got a tattoo for the memory
I can't remember to forget.
Shout!


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    Song MeaningThis song is observations during an ecstacy trip (i got a jedi knight, i'm gunna run all night). a jedi knight is most definately a print on a tab. i have to say it also references Pearl Harbor and possibly the US retailition with the a-bomb
    "ice cream pavements in the sunshine" peaceful hawaii in the sunshine
    "blind men walking into failure" the military was not expecting the attack
    "Moonlit questions on the beachside, where foreign eyes dare to play" The military in Hawaii felt that an attack was imminent, they only "question"ed when. foreign eyes are definately Japan spies
    "Monday to Thurday's rhyme like sidewinding missiles in the shade of the past" The attack on Pearl Harbor was on Sunday meaning he is referencing the days after the attack in which the US enters the war and retailiate in the "shade of the past"
    fenderjazz1on July 01, 2009   Link

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