"Section 24 (The Fragile Army)" as written by and Tim Delaughter....
She said goodnight to all the lights that made her seem to glow.
Her hair parades for him to stay, but he decides to go.
He makes his way in subtle plays some times he says hello
It takes him days to move her way, she knows its time to go

Coz time doesn't go along the way now she sits right down to find the one man show.
Its a beautiful day, its time to leave, somebody.

The house is bold and so much colder than nights they'd ever know,
She bends her knees and tries to scream and says its time to go.
She moves her lips her words are gifts he stares as she lets go
And trades a space for her new place in a world she wants to know

Coz time doesn't go along the way now she sits right down,
Coz time doesn't go along the way now she sits right down to find the one man show.
It's a beautiful day, its time to leave, somebody

It means a lot to find it so easy it takes a lot to find yourself way down.
It means a lot to find it so easy, and it takes a lot to find yourself way down.






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"Section 16: One Man Show" as written by Timothy Newton De Laughter

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    General CommentI dig this song real hard- Still have yet to decipher what it really means, but despite what some people have been saying, i think this is a good direction for tps. It's got more 'OOMPH' and power. And it's almost like they've become frustrated being mellow, and now it's time for so balls. so to speak. hmm.
    miketilleyon July 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI read somewhere that this song is, in Tim DeLaughter's words, an "ode to Bush." Which makes sense, really:

    "You swallow the very words you call your own"
    "You're lying back now; you've totally found out / We follow the scary words you learned to grow,"
    "The ticking, the tocking / The losing, how shocking!"
    "We left him on the floor"

    ...sounds like an ode to Bush to me!
    post.paint.girlon July 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAmazing, basically.
    Technophobiaon August 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYes, it's a nicely-veiled song to Bush.. "you left them on the floor" refers to the soldiers left dying in Iraq or wherever.

    Tim's a genius!

    The ending sounds like the band kicking the shit out of GWB and then celebrating. :D
    vb7000on September 17, 2007   Link

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