"The Unheard Music" as written by and John Doe Excene Cervenka....
Friends warehouse pain attack their own kind a thousand kids bury their parents there's laughing outside we're locked outside the public eye some smooth chords on the car radio no hard chords on the car radio we set the trash on fire and watch outside the door men come up the pavement under the marquee there's laughing inside we're locked outside the public eye







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"The Unheard Music" as written by John Doe Excene Cervenka

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    General Commentprolly the best song by x. mine opinion though
    surferbabeon January 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe title of this song was borrowed from the poem Burnt Norton, written by T. S. Eliot.
    The original excerpt is as follows:

    And the bird called, in response to the unheard music hidden in the shrubbery.
    marquiceriseon January 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOnly have heard the song a few times, but the most obvious (imo) thing in the song is the chorus "only smooth chords on the car radio" and when they say "locked outside the public eye". There saying they'll never be seen by the majority of people because of their style or punk in general......
    McDog3on July 30, 2007   Link

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