I play cranial games
But at least I'm not programmed
To terrorize you
I'm loading up on the flame
But at least I know where I stand
And I don't really know it's true

You're easy on the eye and you never stop to wonder why
Free drinks are happening to you now
Free drinks I never should've let you drive
Free drinks are happening to you now

If you need pep talks to motivate you
Let my words inflate you
Into an unpoppable balloon
And no one here to tell you to abide by agreed upon terms
Fine print is happening to you now
Fine print, you really should've lowered your eyes
Fine print is happening to you now

I moved your wheel of madness
I felt the hand of horror
I walked into your sadness
With a bottle of hair restorer
Go!

Stop saying what you think
Stop thinking about what you say
These are your operational days
Don't say what you think
Stop thinking about what you say
These are your operational days
Don't say what you think
Don't say what you think
Don't say what you think


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    General CommentI think this song is about an agent-client situation. The narrator is the agent who manipulates and scams the unaware client.

    The first verse is the agent admitting his games, but saying he's harming the client. He's okay with what he does, and says at least he understands himself.

    The first bridge takes up through the client gaining fame and becoming popular/gaining attention.

    The pep talks part, is something that seems common to celebrities, who have agents and people leeching on to them, who continually boost their ego. "You're amazing, you're talented, you're beautiful, etc." It boosts the client into an overconfident, but clueless individual. And the agent uses that cluelessness to scam the client.

    The second bridge is the downfall/realizing the scam and the followed breakdown. The agent causes the downfall and brings her back up, but is controlling her and being manipulative.
    hornytheclownon November 11, 2013   Link

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