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Fanfare for the Common Man song meanings
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    General CommentVery good. Great title, too.
    inpraiseoffollyon September 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentFucken awesome song, i'd love to see if there's a video clip to this song. If not, i've been thinking of some montages to make to this music. Good shit
    big_russ186on January 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is the soundtrack for a 9 minute and 45 second epic movie. Well, really it's Superman (yes, I know this came first). At the beginning of the song, Superman is flying aroung doing regular superstuff. Then a big bad guy, let's say Doomsday, surprise attacks Superman and he goes MIA. That's when the song goes from the Superman theme to the quieter middle. During this quiet middle, Lois is running around trying to help find Superman and stop Doomsday. Then at the part of the song where it gets really scary and hyper, is when Doomsday catches Lois and grabs her up and takes her to his lair. Then he is going to unveil his master plan to her before killing her and as he throws the switch (and the Superman music returns), Superman rises from the dead and flies in to beat the shit out of Doomsday. He kills him and saves Lois. Then he and Lois fly into the sunset. The end.
    tv316on February 07, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis is simply a remake of coplands classical masteroiece, google it and u will fing out
    yoTIMyoon June 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentActually, big russ, there IS a video clip for this song. They are playing in a olympic stadium and an icy cold day...and there is NO one in the stands. The stadium is completely empty except for the 3 musicians performing. What does it mean? They were playing Fanfare for the Common Man...AND NO ONE HEARD IT. The common man gets no least, none that anyone cares about hearing.
    Phx4stringeron October 04, 2008   Link

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