I think that you're missing the point.
You're someone else's pain in the ass.
Get off your high horse.
You are not excluded.
We are all Clients.
Get off your high horse.
We are all Clients.
These are my people.


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Clients song meanings
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    General CommentI think this is saying fuck you to all those snobby rich people because without all their money, fame, or whatever they have, they aren't any better than the low lives.
    MAJORdorMoon March 28, 2007   Link
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    General Commentactually i believe this song is about how we all have our problems, whether we're rich or poor, nobody is excluded.
    BulletproofScaleson May 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commentdid u guys notcie through the corse of the album (clients)in some songs there will be that weird static and you can hear people in the background either screaming or crying and the static sort of sounds freaky. is that supposed to be like "his People or something? cuz its got that kind of eeirie flow. like at the end of sixteen bit fingerprint, its clear that its there and at the end of he was stretching and he climbed up there u can hear it again. what is it?
    halfpunkhalfjockon May 30, 2007   Link
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    General Commentmy bad its threw fused together in revolving doors as well. is it like a band signature or something?
    halfpunkhalfjockon June 03, 2007   Link
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    General Commentand its also through the breakdown in upper decker
    halfpunkhalfjockon August 14, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"samwalton" wrote the following:
    The singer worked at a convenience store next to an adult development center type place and he wrote songs about the people that would come into his store.

    Well, I guess the "Clients" lyrics mean that everyone has his personal mental issues, whether they are small or called "normal".
    "We are all Clients".
    Dread44on December 04, 2007   Link

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