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Original Song Name
New Song Name
|"Entrapment Story"||"Apartment Story"||D. Melody Dole, MD|
|"Compartment Story"||"Apartment Story"||D. Melody Dole, MD|
|"Department Story"||"Apartment Story"||D. Melody Dole, MD|
|"Department"||"Apartment Story"||D. Melody Dole, MD|
|"The System Only Dreams In Total Darkness,"||A system cannot dream at any time.||Lance Crackers|
"Sea of Love"
What did our love teach you
What did Harvard teach you
"Racing Like a Pro"
Your mind is racing like a pronoun
Your mind is racing like a pro now
"Mistaken For Strangers"
I look and fall into the unmagnificent lives of adults
Elegant fall into the unmagnificent lives of adults
You’re murdering me lately
You’re measuring me lately
|There are additional misheard lyrics available.|
Living or dying in the open means nothing to me
But it will take about a war to kill a college man like me
Living or dying in New York it means nothing to me
But it will take a better war to kill a college man like me
Story about this misheard lyric by: Oscar Siddle
I just remember listening to this album all the time in the car throughout the early 2010s. I’d always just think, what a profound lyric. So hardened and desensitised the main character will be killed by nothing less than a WAR. The actual lyrics are kinda better though the implication being that he deems himself too important as a ‘college man’ to die for a b grade war.
Graceless. Is there a powder to erase this?
Submitted by: Brian Kelly