"Error Operator (Fantastic Four version)" as written by Adam Burbank Lazzara, Frederick Paul Mascherino, Edward Reyes, Mark O'connell and Matthew A. Rubano....
Well there's been an accident (calm down)
There's been an accident, breathe
In then out calm down (in and out calm down)
Breathe in and out calm down (in and out calm)

We can't go back
Can't go back
Can't go back, we can't
We can't go back
Can't go back
Can't go back, we can't

(Breathe in and out calm down)

But would you do it again, again
And count backwards from ten
(Look I don't make those mistakes no more)
Because sometimes I swear I can see straight through you
Just concentrate, control.
But would you do it again, again

We can't go back
Can't go back
Can't go back, we can't
We can't go back
Can't go back
Can't go back, we can't

We can't go back
Can't go back
Can't go back, we can't
We can't go back
Can't go back

Murder oh murder, oh where have you been? [Repeat: x4]

We can't go back
Can't go back
Can't go back, we can't
We can't go back
Can't go back
Can't go back, we can't
We can't go back
Can't go back
Can't go back, we can't

(Feels like anything anything, anything anything)
We can't go back


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"Error: Operator" as written by Edward Reyes Adam Burbank Lazzara

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    General CommentAdam's voice doesn't sound as good as the Louder Now version. But otherwise than that I just think that Adam is amazing at writing this song. It's like as if he was the Mr. Fantastic [or whatever his name is] character and from his point of view. "We can't go back, can't go back..." I think refers to the people not being able to return to their normal state. Overall, the lyrical structure and emotions behind it is great.
    lilcoke_flote123on December 28, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhat's the difference?
    vegancarnivoreon May 01, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe bridge parts in the two versions are different...
    failureofrealityon May 04, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti like this version better...
    failureofrealityon June 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentno one knows what the hell Adam's mumbling in the bridge...

    But in the end, it deffinitely is not: "We stop die feels like anything, anything."
    it is: "this doesn't feel like anything, anything."

    Listen to the live video on YouTube and you can hear Fred more clearly than on the recording.
    Windemereon August 03, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think im the only one who didnt like this version as much as the album version? i really didnt like the i try i try i try i tried ish part. i didnt like how repetitive it was. i dont know.just my opinon. not like it really matters anyways. I dont like either version very much, i dont know why, i just cant draw anything from the song. I usually love tbs lyrics,but this song i dont know.i just didnt like it.
    Jackeetbson February 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhen Louder Now first came out, this is the song I first downloaded and my favorite for a long time. Then I got the album and heard that version. I like this version better, because it's a little more wild than the album version, although that's a bit hard explain. I like the bridge part especially because it builds up to the guitar extravaganza.
    Panda Bearon March 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI prefer the Louder Now version....this is way too polished...the album version is rawer, especially Lazarra's voice...plus the pace in this version just doesn't fit, it's too slow.
    poisoned_roseon August 14, 2007   Link

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