"Amylase" as written by and Robert Guy Stern Daniel Blumberg....
Let's not forget, let's not forget what happened in the past
You were right, you were wrong, yeah, but everything was fast
So when we build this ship remember to make it last
Increase the time it takes to paint and build the mast

let's save this game for never
Or you know this could be chess forever
I?ll take your piece, then you'll take mine
Stalemate and we've just wasted time

Yeah, the past?s the route of the growing that happens now
So let's remember not to turn on straight to a row
We can see through the haze of misty glaze
So now let's travel positively forward through the maze

let's save this game for never
Or you know this could be chess forever
I?ll take your piece, then you'll take mine
Stalemate and we've just wasted time

We?ll swim through the fields of hay

you're the catalyst that makes things faster
Amylase will dry up the plaster



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"Amylase" as written by Robert Guy Stern Daniel Blumberg

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    General CommentYOU'RE THE CATALYST THAT MAKES CHEMICAL REACTIONS FASTER.
    AMYLASE WILL BREAK DOWN THE STARRRCHHH.

    this song actually saved my life in my biology exam. (Y)
    isayiceageon January 11, 2009   Link
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    General Commentbeautiful song. No its not talking about amylase from biology :P
    bartucthegreaton September 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commentbeautiful song. No its not talking about amylase from biology :P
    bartucthegreaton September 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commentha ha ha, I'm so taking this song into my biology class. we did an experiment with amylase the other day...
    crumbson November 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAmylase breaks down carbs to produce glucose. (Sugar)












    I think :S
    Sayraon November 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYOU'RE THE CATALYST THAT MAKES THINGS FASTER.

    we need something to make us move on? maybe..
    tomyboyhallon November 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentok this is a long shot, But given the first few versus of this song, could this song be about how getting involved in a new relationship can help mend the damage the past has caused you. Ok amalyse is an enzyme that helps breaks food down, and if I'm not wrong it's secreted in our mouths to start the food breakdown process. So maybe amalyse (which is an actual catalyst (i think in the breakdown process) be used concurrently with the person he has the new relationship with (so the one he is calling the catalyst (that makes things faster) in the lyrcis) so that by kissing (exchanging amalyse) and being in love etc enables him to move on and get on with life and move on from the past (as he says amalzye will dry out the plaster/(or the reminants of the past). maybe, maybe not
    Mr Grimon April 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commentmaybe he wants to get moving with a new relationship; he knows what he's got to do to get over his last relationship, but he wants to be certain his new candidate will cut to the chase and get into a serious relationship rather than flirting and messing around:

    "Let's save this GAME for never"
    and
    "Stalemate and weve just wasted time"

    Perhaps.
    Loonieon May 03, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis is cajun dance party's best known song i think. and i love it.
    my view is that it's about a dead end relationship.

    "Lets save this game for never,
    Or you know this could be chess forever,
    Ill take your piece,
    Then youll take mine,
    Stalemate and weve just wasted time."

    that says to me that they're arguing for no reason,
    and that they need something to kick start their relationship and get it back on track.

    amazing live. new stuff out soon maybe? hopefully (:
    .dreaming.of.you.on December 03, 2008   Link

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