"Infinity Guitars" as written by and Derek Miller Alexis Krauss....
Deaf chords, dead ends
Sling set can't meet their demands
Dumb whores, best friends
Infinity guitars, go 'head

Street wars, straight men
Cowboys, Indians
Red souls, red friends
Infinity guitars, go 'head


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"Infinity Guitars" as written by Derek Miller Alexis Krauss

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    General CommentLYRICS FROM THE NEW VINYL INSERT | Band Official:

    deaf chords
    deaf hens

    sling set can't meet the demands

    deaf whores
    best friends

    infinity guitars, your heart

    ah ah ah ah

    straight wars
    straight men

    cowboys
    indians

    red souls
    red friends
    infinity guitars

    uh uh uh uh
    wornwhiteon April 24, 2011   Link
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    General Comment^ Yes ok, but guys, any ideas on the actual song meaning, cos you guys sound like you haven't a clue.

    I'm stabbing in the dark here, but here's what I've come up with.
    It's definitely an angry song.
    Ideas of conflict between the Indians and the European settlers are all over the lyrics, "Cowboys, Indians" "Red souls, red friends" "Sling set can't meet their demands."
    I think it might be about people never being satisfied with what they have, human greed. The writer uses the case with the "cowboys and Indians" in the past to compare with what's going on now, perhaps also in the music industry, "Deaf chords, dead ends, Sling set can't meet their demands..." I think it's about people stabbing each other in the back "devil horns, best friends", and at the end of the day, the writer is angry about the situation and so wants the "infinity guitars" to go ahead and bring judgement.
    I don't really know what infinity guitars are, but I suggest it might be linked to the music industry also, and might symbolise a group of musicians who feel the same way and might team up to bring an end to this all.
    It's far fetched but that's what comes to mind when "infinity guitars" is said.
    SoftMinton November 29, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThe line "Dumb whores, best friends" makes me think about high school.
    Demetrius7on June 02, 2010   Link
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    Lyric Correction
    Deaf chords, deaf hens
    Sling set can't meet their demands
    Deaf whores, best friends
    Infinity guitars, go 'head

    Street (Strict?) wars, straight men
    Cowboys, Indians
    Red souls, red friends
    Infinity guitars, go 'head
    Qtwentysevenon December 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI'm just putting this out there so if anyone who gets where I'm going could lay it out for everyone a bit better.

    Deaf chords, dead ends
    [chords are some that are to be harmonious, but deaf implies that the notes are indifferent to each other... loud. Like an argument/dispute that doesn't add up or make sense. The dispute goes nowhere; dead ends.]

    Sling set can't meet their demands
    [their weapons(in this case, words) aren't as damaging as they'd like]

    Dumb whores, best friends
    [frenemies? Yes, yes, Sleigh Bells is very high school. We know.]

    Infinity guitars, go 'head
    [guitars make the chords, so I guess they are the people who are dueling... fighting. go 'head=have at it.]

    (physically aggressive vs. internal battles)
    Street wars, straight men
    [violence on the streets, gangs. "straight" men? I was thinking of homophobia? Like guys who have to make it clear that
    they are straight... more typical high school behavior.]

    Cowboys, Indians
    [out for blood(cowboys-glorified icons) vs. the attacked(Indians-the less politically correct term for Native Americans)]

    Red souls, red friends
    [red=aggressive, violent, blood-thirsty souls, red=derogatorily used to refer the color of a native american's skin. prejudice hit about appearance... "friends" is sort of contradictory to the slur... goes back to a frenemy/backstabbing mindset.]

    Infinity guitars, go 'head

    As you can see my line for line interpretation kind of goes somewhere, but I can't seem to tie it all together. Obviously conflict is involved and drawing parallels with other themes.... Implicit. Explicit.
    owlhowlscowlon March 05, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General Commentnice song
    simdaneson May 26, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe demo was nice, but the end on the album is fucking INTENSE. Besides the entirety of Ri(ng)ll Ri(ng)ll, my favorite moment on the album
    ExoM7on May 29, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThe demo was nice, but the end on the album is fucking INTENSE. Besides the entirety of Ri(ng)ll Ri(ng)ll, my favorite moment on the album
    ExoM7on May 29, 2010   Link
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    General CommentSo good it's F*cking insane !
    RoxyMonoxideon June 04, 2010   Link
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    General CommentProper lyrics are as follows:

    Deaf chords, dead ends
    Sling set can't meet their demands
    DEVIL HORNS, best friends
    Infinity guitars, go 'head

    Street wars, straight men
    Cowboys, Indians
    Red souls, red friends
    Infinity guitars, go 'head
    notyourbrodudeon October 19, 2010   Link

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