"50/50" as written by and Fabrizio Moretti Nick Valensi....
Why's she telling me the story of her life?
All the things you wanna kill will give you spite
And if you've taken all the prisoners inside
As they're doling out their wisdom in the fire

I will say!
I will say don't judge me!
I will say!
I will say don't judge me!
I wait on a darkened highway!
I wait on a darkened highway!

I can take as long as without looking by
Why's she telling me the story of her life
And if you've taken all the prisoners inside
As they've thrown all their wisdom in the fire

I will say!
I will say don't judge me!
I will say!
I will say don't judge me!
I wait on a darkened highway!
I wait on a darkened highway!

I will say!
I will say don't judge me!
I will say!
I will say don't judge me!
I wait on a darkened highway!
I wait on a darkened highway!


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"50/50" as written by Fabrizio Moretti Albert Jr. Hammond

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    My Interpretation"I wait on a darkened highway" stirs a vision of a sillhouetted man on an empty highway, just begging for something to come along his way. That renegade artist who's taking on the world, waiting for someone to show up in his domain. Wanting to prove himself. Waiting to fight. Beautiful imagery there. Subtle mastery of the song-writing process expressed, almost in the background. Songs with such a basic chorus can easily lead one to believe there is not much there at all. But just occasionally, the song proves it is actually riveted with some delicious words. Does Julian dislike judgement even if it's positive? I hope not. I judged the fuck out of him.
    Patrykon February 13, 2014   Link
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    My Interpretation"I wait on a darkened highway" stirs a vision of a sillhouetted man on an empty highway, just begging for something to come along his way. That renegade artist who's taking on the world, waiting for someone to show up in his domain. Wanting to prove himself. Waiting to fight. Beautiful imagery there. Subtle mastery of the song-writing process expressed, almost in the background. Songs with such a basic chorus can easily lead one to believe there is not much there at all. But just occasionally, the song proves it is actually riveted with some delicious words. Does Julian dislike judgement even if it's positive? I hope not. I judged the fuck out of him.
    Patrykon February 13, 2014   Link
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    General CommentThese lyrics are wrong, they are not the same as 80's comedown machine.
    grischkaja008on May 25, 2013   Link

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