And you say you shouldn't stay
As you're taking off your clothes
Control by Broken Bells

The will is strong
But the flesh is weak
Guess that’s it
I’ve made my bed
And I’m lying in it

If there was ever evidence that mind and body are two distinct entities, this is it. The mind always know that rekindling old love affairs is typically a bad idea, bringing back all those memories and emotions. But the body is not as astute at resisting temptation.

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I've been all around the world, but you can't know where to go
I give in to this lonely life, and you can't change me, not so
Leave It Alone by Broken Bells

Ultimately, the life of a touring musician is incredibly lonely; it’s difficult to build and maintain long term relationships while traveling around the world, living out of a tour van/bus and playing shows constantly. This has caused a number of bands like Blink-182 to take long hiatuses from music in order to make up for lost time with loved ones.

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That we could still bring the spirit and freedom of what we do into the performance A Message From Flea by Flea (Ft. Red Hot Chili Peppers)

Kiedis is typically the focal point of the band’s performance, with his exuberant stage antics:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gpjr9TPBkMo

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The Top Of the Pops A Message From Flea by Flea (Ft. Red Hot Chili Peppers)

The show is practically best-known for forcing their performers to lip sync, causing a number of artists to rebel live on the air. For example, Oasis brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher switched vocal parts during their performance:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUTL2jSRIgE

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Vocals would be live, but the bass, drums, and guitar would be pre-recorded A Message From Flea by Flea (Ft. Red Hot Chili Peppers)

This practice is nowhere near new. From live broadcasts as early as 1969, bands have mimicked all instruments sans vocals, as it’s easiest to tell when a singer is faking. Nirvana hilariously used this to their advantage:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FS3e0YwZeR0

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Give It Away A Message From Flea by Flea (Ft. Red Hot Chili Peppers)

Check the sexually-charged hit, annotated, right here!

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Everybody A Message From Flea by Flea (Ft. Red Hot Chili Peppers)

“Everybody” being the thousands of fans and slew of online publications that pointed out that the Chi Pep’s guitars weren’t plugged in during their SuperBowl 2014 performance:

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Wave goodbye to your family and friends
Those lost ants
Bill Murray by Phantogram

Literally, the higher you get above the ground, the more people begin to look like ants. Metaphorically however, Barthel means that the more distant you grow from a person (physically and emotionally), they play a less significant role in your life — comparably to that of an ant.

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Am I lonely?
Oh it feels like when the day breaks
Bill Murray by Phantogram

She’s most likely been up all night introspecting, debating her need for a partner in life. As dawn begins to show, she ponders: is everything predicated on a relationship? Though 57% percent of people are in a relationship of some sort, surely there’s a way to be happy while shaking the need for a lover.

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Hook-based sound as heard on 2008’s Elephant Shell 10 Albums to Look Forward to in 2014 by Rock Genius (Ft. BigBadBonj, Chihuahua0, JHGFD, Palacelight, Spinelli, Squanto, Tatyahna & Vesuvius) 67

An inordinately catchy album, Elephant Shell spawned numerous singles and was responsibly for the band’s rise in popularity. It was also the band’s last release on the Omaha-based record label Saddle Creek Records (home to Bright Eyes, Cursive).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KGCAffvGIw

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