Hopeless time to roam
The distance to your home
Fades away to nowhere
New Born by Muse

Another critique about technological interconnectivity — time always seems to go faster when we’re engrossed in our machines, and for some people “home” is wherever there’s an internet connection or tech device; it allows us to create a comfort zone that we can get lost in for hours on end

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Still you know that I'm the best ride Make It Go Right by Childish Gambino (Ft. Kilo Kish)

Gambino can be with a dozen girls, but Kilo knows that no one can satisfy his needs (sexual or otherwise) like she can

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Tell these nice girls they're the reason that I'm an asshole Kids by Childish Gambino

Gambino claims that his inability to maintain good relationships with “nice” women in the past have made him jaded and thus prone to treating the “nice” girls in the future like shit because of it

This line is also in conjunction with the last line is a clever reference to the album itself. Gambino says he wishes he could fast forward and tell the girls that they’re the reason he’s an asshole. This relates to literally fast forwarding the album to the last track where Childish tells a story of a girl who hurt him, and therefore in this line he is saying he is an asshole to nice girls because of this experience.

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I hate when other people's cribs smell like shit
I hate when I leave and smell like the crib
Take One for the Team by Kanye West (Ft. CyHi The Prynce, Keri Hilson & Pusha T)

Kanye doesn’t want to be around stinky houses because he’s afraid that the stench will latch onto him and he’ll be unable to remove it

Learn to Febreeze that shit, yo!

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*foot stomping*
Sieg heil ... Marsch!
Intro by Muse

This phrase is German for “Hail to victory…march!” and was supposedly a common saying in Nazi Germany. As a band, Muse has always been fascinated with the rise and fall of governments and conspiracies about the New World Order.

“Intro” segues seamlessly into “Apocalypse Please;” it’s possible that the footsteps and officer commands are meant to invoke the sense that humanity is marching towards its doom

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*chord progression* Interlude by Muse

The chord progression in this interlude is based off of Samuel Barber’s famous “Adagio for Strings” (famously given electronic twists by William Orbit and Tiësto).

For any music theory buffs out there, “Interlude’s” progression is as follows: VI-C64-V-i-VI-iv-C64-V-i

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When you've seen, seen
Too much
Too young, young
Soulless is everywhere
New Born by Muse

One of the challenges of technological interactivity is that with loads of information available to us we become desensitized and apathetic towards one another, even sometimes to the point where it seems like we have lost our souls

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The love for what you hide
The bitterness inside
Is growing like the new born
New Born by Muse

Matt hopes that our love for an individual and unique identity will help us combat the growing technological inter-connectivity of our world

Hopefully not in an Ann Rynd way, though

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Come on now, don't you want to see
Just what a difference you've made to me
Moses by Coldplay

Martin hopes that Gwyneth will be there for the long haul and thus can bear witness to the fact that their relationship is slowly making Chris a better person

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And you're air that, air that I can breathe
You're my golden opportunity
Moses by Coldplay

Gwyneth basically means everything to Martin, and he believes that she’s the best opportunity he’s ever had/will ever have for love and happiness

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