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Wolfmother – Joker & The Thief Lyrics 8 years ago
Let me get this straight...You think this song is based on a true story event that Wolfmother was never aware of?...
Acid is quite a powerful drug!

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System of a Down – Hypnotize Lyrics 8 years ago
Actually, the part that he's just sitting in his car and waiting for his girl, that's what he was doing at the time he wrote the song. Otherwise, your interpretation is entirely right. I think that it's about how the media hypnotizes us, and that we realize things like this while doing something insignificant, like sitting in a car, waiting for someone to come back.

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System of a Down – Aerials Lyrics 8 years ago
I think that this song is about human nature and life in general. We are all the same when we're born and when he die "we're one in the river and one again after the fall", and that we take from the source of life and give nothing back "we drink from the river and we turn around and put up our walls". We try to be like everyone else, but we end up being unhappy. When we tear down the walls, both containing our minds, which have grown small by thinking like everyone else, and the walls separating us from giving back to life, and we lose the small minded mentality and think for ourselves, and we give back to life in general, we become happier.
Also, the Armenian folk song is actually the hidden track Arto, and Aerials itself is not an adaptation of that song.

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Porcupine Tree – Deadwing Lyrics 8 years ago
Schizophrenia was, for decades, thought to be the same thing as Multiple-Personality Disorder, as was, on occasion, bipolar disorder. Over the years, they have become more defined, but some people still use Schizophrenia as a word for MPD.

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Porcupine Tree – Deadwing Lyrics 8 years ago
Your belief that this album is about incest is completely unfounded and an insult to the band.

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Porcupine Tree – Lazarus Lyrics 8 years ago
In a combonation of a few other interpretations, I think this song is in the second person, between the perspectives of a dead mother's ghost and her still-living son. He's sitting on a train, leaving where he's from, and his mother's ghost comes and tells him to follow her. He is living a life that is not cool at all (See: Shallow), and has reached a point of reflection. She is there to help him become more normal, or, more "human".
Hope you liked it!
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