"Sandbox Magician" as written by and Dimitri Minakakis Benjamin Allen Weinman....
Now who's the fool?

Strip it off
And scale the wall
I am the mask
That talks inside the concrete flesh

I am the king
Now tell me nothing
I am the fool for a day

Concrete playground
Hides the valley
Make me the king
So I can strip it off

Who is fool?
Who is the fool today?

Friend? A new idea
From your stagnant mind
And you must always
Fall before the clown

I can beat you
I can cheat you
I can be you

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"Sandbox Magician" as written by Dimitri Minakakis Benjamin Allen Weinman


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    General CommentI get the impression that the lyrics to this song are about how spontaneous children are in terms of judgement - One day they might want to befriend another child, but the next day, might not even want to associate with that other child.
    sommyon May 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song has the coolest outro ever.
    donniedarko28on October 09, 2004   Link
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    General Commentno one's commented this in almost two years! either way, amazing song from an amazing band. :]
    Inrauon October 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about dangerously sneaky kids. Kids who cause trouble and from day one on the playground; display an unsettling mask of invincibility. Only to worsen as they grow up. But the feeling of invincibility is acquired at an early age. The line "I can beat you, I can cheat you, Can I be you?" Are the child's attitude towards the idea of god. Kowing that he can beat him and cheat him. It's not too long until he realizes he might be him. And that's the Sandbox Magician folks. SICK
    SaviorSalvation213on April 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think he screams "Now who's the fool?!" at the very beginning of the song
    FlidaisKezia1028on October 03, 2008   Link

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