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Interlude (Milo) song meanings
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    General CommentI disagree with the jackass above, its probably something brock just thought was funny. i mean c'mon, a baby? wtf?
    TheBear08on August 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI read someone's comment on satin in a coffin that they think this song symbolizes being reborn. Not sure what I think to that but it's a plausible idea
    Suhmeron January 27, 2011   Link
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    General Commentactually it is eric judy's then baby crying.
    OldHickoryon August 20, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti love this song. it sounded like a baby laughing to me. it just makes me happy
    elec_trickon September 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentor a baby just babbling
    elec_trickon September 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentid agree partially with the AnAtomsAnatomy, but i think its put in there deliberately just to break up the tension, like comic relief, but by melting your heart instead of making you laugh
    RBar-nezon November 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commentseriously, wouldn't its context have importance? (i.e. after satin in a coffin and before blame it on the tetons?)
    eclipticsphere17on May 02, 2009   Link
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    marjohnon June 19, 2012   Link
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    General CommentAlthough without lyrics, this song has wonderful meaning. The tune that's being played on the achordian and cello is a classical love song called It Must Be Love.

    The baby that babbles is symbolic to the idea that a child is the only item or object on this planet that is worthy of such love and compassion. Not any member of the opposite sex, not any secular possesion, but an infant human being.
    AnAtomsAnatomyon July 16, 2007   Link

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