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Offline eddyjedi

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Re: NLOTH-- what's your favorite lines?
« Reply #45 on: March 15, 2009, 08:02:16 PM »
'The worst of us are a long drawn out confession
The best of us are geniuses of compression'

The delivery of this line is perfection


'Everyday I have to find the courage to walk out, into a street with arms out, people we meet will not be drowned out, there's nothing you have that I need, I can breathe'

'Every generation gets a chance to change the world Pity the nation that won't listen to your boys and girls'

'Now the wolves are every passing stranger Every face we cannot know' (beautiful edge harmony)



Offline floppy-angel

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Re: NLOTH-- what's your favorite lines?
« Reply #46 on: March 19, 2009, 09:03:11 PM »
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Every generation gets a chance to change the world
Pity the nation that wont listen to your boys and girls

According to the lyrics booklet, the line is "Pity the nation that WILL listen to your boys & girls..."

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Offline rayer32

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Re: NLOTH-- what's your favorite lines?
« Reply #47 on: March 20, 2009, 01:25:26 PM »
In order:

1.) I found grace inside a sound
     I found grace, it was all I found

2.) I've been in every black hole
     At the altar of the dark star

3.) The rhythm of my unconsciousness

4.) Every day I die again, and again I'm reborn

5.) Shouting to the darkness
     Squeeze out sparks of light

6.) I was lost between the midnight and the dawning
     In a place of no consequence or company

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Re: NLOTH-- what's your favorite lines?
« Reply #48 on: March 20, 2009, 03:26:38 PM »
Im really groovin on Crazy Tonight lately

"every sweet tooth needs just a little hit"

"How can you stand next to the truth and not see it"


The stutter step vocal cadence in step with Larry's drumming is infectious, the bassline is awesome, and the Edge's guitar sounds like a backing vocal harmony. Love it.