There's nothing we can say or do
The damages in front of you
I'm sorry, but sometimes things fall apart
Take some time to understand
The situation's out of hand
But you didn't see it from the start

So ask me questions
Try to pull the band aid slow
I wnat you to feel this
Right before I go

So ask me questions
Try to pull the band aid slow
I wnat you to feel this
Right before I go

I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and go home

I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and go home

I'm getting tired of being lost, it's time I control
As my crew floats like astronauts, I watch as we get old
We'll meet again some other day, I hope you'll finally see
That the hardest thing I've ever done is say goodbye to me

And I dream that you're not left alone
And I dream that you're not left alone
I dream that you're not left alone
I dream that you're not left alone

I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and go home

I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and explode
I wish we all could freeze and go home


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Freeze and Explode song meanings
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    My InterpretationEither through death or a break-up, we lose people, making our lives fall apart sometimes, and making us lose control and get the situation out of hands. "Pulling the band-aid slow" comforts the ones that lost someone, as they get a chance to sort through the situation. The protagonist of the song has two wants, two wishes: That whoever he's leaving behind won't be left alone, and to "freeze, explode, and go home". He wishes that time could stop, release the pressure growing because of the situation, and hope that it's stable for life to return to normal.
    MykolEmeryon June 15, 2009   Link
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    General Comment Either through death or a break-up, we lose people, making our lives fall apart sometimes, and making us lose control and get the situation out of hands. "Pulling the band-aid slow" comforts the ones that lost someone, as they get a chance to sort through the situation. The protagonist of the song has two wants, two wishes: That whoever he's leaving behind won't be left alone, and to "freeze, explode, and go home". He wishes that time could stop, release the pressure growing because of the situation, and hope that it's stable for life to return to normal.
    MykolEmeryon June 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI really don't understand this song. lol.
    esie32on April 26, 2009   Link

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