Thank you for defiling me Kerosene by Crystal Castles

She’s thankful for being made impure/being lied to, she knows it’s done to protect her. Alternatively she is being sarcastic, lashing out against so called purity.

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In nature there’s no tragedy Kerosene by Crystal Castles

The truth (mentioned earlier) is that nature — the world — is nihilistic. It does not care about you, it cannot recognize tragedy. The strong will dominate the weak, life will be short and cruel etc.

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Bandage them in tapestry Kerosene by Crystal Castles

Adults of course attempt to protect the young from nature by lying to them. Metaphorically bandaging them in tapestry.

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Language pure as binary
Instruct with dishonesty
Kerosene by Crystal Castles

White lies are told to protect from the truth, really a case of pure intentions and dishonest actions.

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[Hook]
I can`t get that sound you make out of my head
I can`t even figure out what`s making it
Ballad of Worms by Cage

The beat and hook are sampled from Built to Spill’s — “I would hurt a fly”

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You always seemed so sure
That one day we'd fight in
In a suburban war
The Suburbs by Arcade Fire

These lines introduce the character across from the narrator. From the lyrics on the other songs, he is a childhood best-friend of the narrator, to whom the narrator was very close.

He grew out his hair, so so did the narrator, but the two grew apart, he cut his hair, and the narrator never connected with him again. They grew up, they grew apart.

His friend was always anxious about the suburbs tearing them apart, how it might change them. Perhaps they thought that the suburbs would take away their identity, that they would end up having to fight it.

Eventually a suburban war does happen, but they were on opposite shores (sides).

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[Sample]
Get off my case motherfucker
Return Trip by Electric Wizard

Sampled from the 80s horror film Cannibal ferox.


Rudy: Why’d you kill her you bastard?

Mike Logan: Get off my case motherfucker!

Pat: Why couldn’t we have made it Acupulco, instead of this poison paradise?

Gloria Davis: All you would have found there would have been white widows.

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In his story Sarrasine, Balzac describing a castrato disguised as a woman, writes the following sentence: The Death Of The Author by Roland Barthes

Sarrasine is a short story written by Honoré Balzac and published in his La Comédie humaine collection.

Barthes’s also does a structural analysis of it in S/Z, it remains influential on literary criticism to this day.

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Like GOOD JESUS. Let me rub some lotion on your cleavage The South by Cunninlynguists

SOS has been known to wear shirts like this:

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I swing in from the south
(Venturin' through parts of the South so dirty
You'll want to be given a bath)
I swing in from the south
(Venturin' through parts of the South so dirty
You'll want to be given a bath)
I swing in from the south
(Yeah, that's how we do it in the south)
The South by Cunninlynguists

Southernunderground is not strictly be a concept album like their later projects , but it does serve as an introduction to lyrical southern rap for the uninitiated.

The hook is a sample from 616 Rewind, the last track from CunninLynguists' first album Will Rap For Food

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