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Old 06-30-2004, 01:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i was wondering if the lines:
"For them.I'd kill anything , cut the throats of babies break their hearts for they were them" off the cd and song 'In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth:3' is related George Orwell's book 1984 at all, because there is a part of that book that is very similar.....
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Old 06-30-2004, 01:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Actually, the more i listen to it, a big part of this cd seems to be similar/inspired to 1984, that was the first song i listened to , i should have waited after listening to the entire cd before posting that thread
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Old 07-03-2004, 09:23 PM   #3 (permalink)
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heres some more about confusing coheed lyrics "die white girls, die white girls", some one explain? am i just not getting this song through my head?
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Old 07-03-2004, 09:52 PM   #4 (permalink)
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"The Velorium Camper III: Al The Killer"

At birth given scars along tender heart liberties
injustice for awkward living situated causalities
they lay dead along your floor
careful not to wake them they're sleeping
in the morrows good mourning
the dying will discard the wish to live
let this colony know in the name of the dead we're coming

When I kill her, I'll have her
Dance upon the graves of the dead, upon your name
Die white girls, die white girls
Dance upon the graves of the dead, upon the graves of the dead

you'll get nothing for something
arise the hidden war of a dead song, unsung
the night of your children's day
beneath the surface sealed by the floors boarded up
seal the lips of your voice with haste
and cower at the sounds as they make their way
surprise speed and malice
the opposing break the surface hold ready
will the killing veil love should the heroes play dumb
but killing's no fun when the heroes are none
bye, bye world
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Old 07-03-2004, 10:01 PM   #5 (permalink)
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yea that would be the one. i really dont like their lyrics that much...but Saves the day....
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Old 07-04-2004, 03:51 AM   #6 (permalink)
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coheed lyrics arent normal. they arent the members personal feelings. they are writing a concept well....series really. but its not in order...hence the second album being called "in keepin secrets of silent earth:3". its the third part of the series.
thats why you cannot really compare them to other bands...not even saves the day tekron.
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yea to really like a band i have to understand the lyrics. not even all of them. if their singing about anything you can't just love a band. i listened to saves the day and i really liked them. this was before i really became emo. i took out the lyrics and i just melted into it. about everynight i listen to saves the day, hoping each song that ill fall asleep without a tear.
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i found a site by the band about the concept, but i dont know where. ill check it out again if i can. though it started in new jersey-where the bands from of course- and i cant remember what it was. aliens or monsters. its a sci fi so it was something like that. i think i remember my friend talking about androids :S ill talk to her, she is the biggest coheed fan. borders on obsession. just like tekron and saves the day eh?
but that was the second stage turbine blade...devil in jersey city...? read the lyrics to junesong provision, apparently that helps...
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i found a site by the band about the concept, but i dont know where. ill check it out again if i can. though it started in new jersey-where the bands from of course- and i cant remember what it was. aliens or monsters. its a sci fi so it was something like that. i think i remember my friend talking about androids :S ill talk to her, she is the biggest coheed fan. borders on obsession. just like tekron and saves the day eh?
but that was the second stage turbine blade...devil in jersey city...? read the lyrics to junesong provision, apparently that helps...

SAVES THE DAY

yea coheed is sci-fi emo, i saw them live they rock.
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They were the best live band I have ever seen!
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