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I don't know if this really is what the band intended, but it makes a lot of sense. Far more than the official explanation. I tried listening to the song with the mindset that it's about a white person from a Western country writing about Africa, which he knows little about.
Anonymous said: Okay so, I read this one fic a while back and I can't remember for the life of me what it's called. But it was long, complete, klance eventually happened, lance was always getting injured every mission I think or something.
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They were sitting at a table in Guthrie’s bar, which was well-lit and slightly better controlled than the other joints in town. Despite the copious flow of drink and volume of the chatter, it was the best place to talk business – all in all, a surprising feat, for it was also run by a girl.
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So I’ve noticed a trend with liminal space, and it probably isn't 100% accurate but that’s sort of the purpose of this to try and get people to weigh in on it- but onto the observation.
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The focus is on what certain songs of the eighties mean, especially songs that aren't immediately obvious. This is an offshoot of the web page about masturbation since a lot of people don't know what songs like "She-Bop" or "Turning Japanese" are really about. I welcome email about any song you would like to discuss here, as well as follow up email to anyone else's comments about a song ...