"Your Unpleasant Family" as written by and Steven John Wilson....
Your unpleasant family,
Smashed up my car
(perfectly uncalled for)

Your unpleasant family,
How vile they are
(I crawled out of the wreckage on my knees)

It's alright my flower
So what did we learn?
(there I found regret amongst the trees)

Snaps of a life,
We had in the garden,
We tear up the flowers

Lyrics submitted by christsizeshoes

"Your Unpleasant Family" as written by Gavin Richard Harrison Colin Edwin Balch

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    General CommentIt's about the show Arrested Development.

    Anilandon September 05, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThat guitar solo is amazing.
    X Y Zon September 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentNot sure about this song as a whole, but the line "Snaps of a life we had in the garden" seems another instance of a yearning or look back to a better time.
    mylifesuckson October 10, 2009   Link
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    General CommentDoesn't this have to do with the "incident", as in the car crash? Smashed up my car, crawled out of the wreckage on my knees, to me those are pretty strong indications that this is the same person who was in the crash, or at least this person is comparible to that person, and metaphorically "crawled out of the wreckage on [his/her] knees", while the other person literally did.
    orphaned_shadowon May 13, 2010   Link

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