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Thread: 'No Reflection' Lyrical Analysis

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    Quote Originally Posted by MixMastahTee View Post
    In place of what?
    Don't root for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shangri-LIE View Post
    double post ban but yeah, it is "I don't know which me that I love. Got No Reflection"
    That's what it already is...

    Check it again, maybe you didn't refresh after I edited.
         

    and with just one faint glance back into the sea
    the mollusk lingers with its wandering eye
      
      

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    Quote Originally Posted by me_andre View Post
    Don't root for me
    Yeah, what you said sounds better. Editing.
         

    and with just one faint glance back into the sea
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    These lyrics sound very nightmare before christmas-esque

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    After I startet looking at it as a suicide anthem it got byond awesome in many contexts. Corrupting the youth, de luxe.

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    Someone suggested that the lyrics are "I'm weak seven days a week." That makes more sense, but it really sounds like "I'm weak, seven days, I'm weak."

    What do you guys think?
    Last edited by Aint; 03-07-2012 at 07:28 PM.

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    I kind of liked the idea of it being "root for me" if it's possibly a math joke? 123? As in roots? I don't know math, so I was just wondering. Thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aint View Post
    Someone suggested that the lyrics are "I'm weak seven days a week." That makes more sense, but it really sounds like "I'm weak, seven days, I'm weak."

    What do you guys think?
    I think that makes more sense, but he's clearly saying 'I'm weak'. But it's pretty obviously an MM play on words.

    Quote Originally Posted by 21Faces View Post
    I kind of liked the idea of it being "root for me" if it's possibly a math joke? 123? As in roots? I don't know math, so I was just wondering. Thoughts?
    I prefer that too, but it really sounds more like 'run from me'.
         

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    the "noose" lyrics reminds me of Ian Curtis from Joy Division which he said inspired the new album

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    I have no idea how you guys made out any of these, I listened to it like three times and was only sure on "You don't even want to know what I'm going to do to you."

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