There is a price tag on everything;
A dying language beat down like a featherweight, staggering.
(Once you've had bad credit, you'll never forget you had it).

Dim innuendos are spoken aloud
Where supermodels are superendowed.
Fashion is the art of brainwashing the proud.

The shocking inclination
The vulgar ostentation
The group inoculation
The sketchy motivation
The holy exaltation
The misappropriation
The underestimation...

This is the thrilling conversation you've been waiting for.

Ears down to the noise floor just to hear the sound.
The adjectives are everywhere, I stand down...

This is the fascist ex-purgation
The people's liberation
The teen emancipation
The tintinnabulation...

This is the thrilling conversation you've been waiting for
This is the thrilling conversation you've been waiting for.
(Disassociate if you can't support it, don't try on the suit if you can't afford it.)


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    General Commentis this something to do with money? because i was listening to it when the whole credit crunch thing was going down...

    "if you can't support it, don't try on the suit if you can't afford it"

    isn't that why we're in this mess now?
    thenextpopeon October 05, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti don't really know what to make of this song. it almost seems like a shot at people who wax intellectual but can't substantiate any of their claims upon questioning, what with the string of seemingly unrelated 4 + syllable words there (props to sean, however, on almost certainly being the first lyricist ever to find a home for "tintinnabulation" in one of his songs.) but it seems like there's more going on than just that. the essence i'm getting is almost like "don't bitch about the lack of stimulating conversation in the world if you are unable/unwilling to contribute to it" but i don't think it's particularly accurate.
    impon December 20, 2009   Link

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