"The Wolfpack" as written by and Tom Delonge Ilan Rubin....
No bother, climb to it, and call out, canary
Don't worry, just grab it, or somethin', abuse it
My vision, a forest, a lot here, to carry
Slide over, and bite it, the apple, and bury
The volume, and the riot, the smell of, the lions
and the sun sets, behind me, the bullets, start flying

Finding a light in a world of ruin
Starting to dance when the earth is caving in
We're ready to begin

Its alright
A bit scathed
A bit lost
I've been played
I ain't that clever
a city boy that can never say never
i got the life but that girl bites like a wolf

Inertia, take cover, a canon, you ready
The image, the session, a poet is sleeping
The current, the pilot, antennas and sirens
Like college, like thieves that, can eat with the wolfpack

Finding a light in a world of ruin
Starting to dance when the earth is caving in
Set in the sun and our hearts are burn in'
Leaving the nest to the back a thousand winds
We're ready to begin

Its alright
A bit scathed
A bit lost
I've been played
I ain't that clever
a city boy that can never say never
I got the life but that girl bites like (a wolf)

Its on me
Its only
A small heart
On one sleeve
Academy killer
Off with his head
In the make believe game of fools
That girl bites like a wolf

Are you ready?
I'm waiting to begin


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"The Wolfpack" as written by Thomas Delonge Ilan Rubin

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    My InterpretationCombing through the new album called "Dream Walker" by Angels and Airwaves, I stumbled upon this song. I first saw the lyric video instead of the official music video to understand the lyrics more. Stumped, I went upon the music video to see what the band did to interpret their lyrics.

    As Youtuber xRadicalAurax pointed out, this song could be referring to the German fairy story in which a wolf lives with a fox. The wolf makes the fox do all of the work so that the wolf can mooch off all the food. One day, the fox devises a plan to rid himself of the wolf.

    In the song itself, "The girl bites like a wolf," "I've been played, I ain't that clever," "a city boy that can never say never," all points to the German fairy tale. Coming off, xRadicalAurax's momentum, I could see this song is used hand in hand with the German story. Whether relationships, friends, addiction, whatever, I think you need to rid yourself of the "wolf" you have in your life.

    BONUS! At 3:49 of the music video, the main character has a fox mask! (All credit due to YT comments)
    allnaturalon November 18, 2014   Link

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