Come on, come on
Come on, come on
Come on, come on
Come on, come on

Come on, come on
What, what?
Come on, come on
Come on, come on
What, what?
Come on

Come on, come on
What, what?
Come on, come on
What?

Come on, come on
What, what?
Come on, come on
What?

Did you really think that it was over?



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    alot. its sweet.

    key189on February 17, 2002   Link
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    beautiful ...

    saneon May 04, 2002   Link
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    I love this song...and even the one line of lyrics is deep. haha. Anyway this was the first Juliana Theory song I ever heard, and I thought it was awesome. Then i downloaded more, and I like the other songs a lot better, but this is actually a really awesome song, because it's so different than the others. The Juliana Theory rocks, I want to see them live so badly!

    stargazer00on May 31, 2002   Link
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    i'm confused, on some track listing thing it said that number 6 on emotion is dead is emotion is dead part 1 and the last song is emotion is dead part 2.. whats the deal cuz i dont have that one CD so i'm lost because on the tjt website they dont have an emotion is dead part one i dont think... someone explain

    emo_tional_27on July 07, 2002   Link
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    scratch that comment... emotion is dead part one has no lyrics which is why it didnt show up on the lyrics page.. wow im dumb, right?

    emo_tional_27on July 07, 2002   Link
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    One line....wow...but if you have had an expierance that fits this...it is powerful. hmm ...

    EMOtionalPunk222on August 31, 2002   Link
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    i love part one- i see dark, and rain, and confusion, hurt all fueled by some driving force. i love when you can get that all from just listening.

    stickysideinon September 11, 2002   Link
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    mmmm good yaay

    YouAreNotPunkon September 12, 2002   Link
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    i like it its so like life and slowly it fades then it becomes the end and you get the question " did you really think it was over"

    ryang11r0yon April 10, 2004   Link
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    i think of this more as a kinda hip hop beat. only this song is way better than anything those hip hop people can come up with. its got many different instruments, its mixed together really well, its not just the same thing over and over. i wish hip hop bands were this creative. the out of tune piano and the pulsating bass shows me just how creative these guys are. i love it!!

    tuminatoron April 20, 2004   Link

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