"Caprice" as written by and Paul Raven Ted Parson....
Put me right through the ringer run around with eyes on whatever
Cut me right down to half of a member
Mended back given no hope
Scheming minds new intentions
Leave it broke flat begging for more
You've made up your mind
Whatever comes to your head can never rely (on nothing)
Everything points to the wrong direction
Everything leading to any early decline
Can't take this any longer
I'll tell you right now, hate's on the rise
Just can't deal with anymore wavering
Can't fit into anymore lies
Take your eyes to a brand new picture
Reach for one more impulse buy
It's me the loser, did everything wrong
Go ahead with all your craving
Go ahead yearn for more


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    General CommentThis is one of the most unusual Prong tracks there is, and I'm including the most recent album: X - No Absolutes. The guitar is almost completely mixed out, but with a super-overdriven buzz to it. It almost sounds like static in the background while the bass actually carries the main melody/riff. For a completely guitar based band, this is really strange. My perspective is completely tainted at this point, as Rude Awakening is easily the most listened to album in my collection, by far, and that's saying a LOT. That said, this song seems like it should have been a B-Side, not because it's not good, but because it's so strangely different from pretty much everything else Prong has done. Lyrically, the song seems to have somewhat of a theme of frustration with people's behavior (much like a lot of Prong lyrical content) but also has a stream-of-consciousness feel to it. It's a wonderful and strange song, nonetheless.
    sinriseon February 11, 2016   Link

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