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All Time Low: Time-bomb Meaning

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Song Released: 2011


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Time-bomb Lyrics

Ohoh ohoh, ohoh ohoh
Ohoh ohoh, ohoh ohoh

From the get-go I knew this was hard to hold
Like a clash, the whole thing spun out of control
Oh, on a wire, we were dancing
Two kids, no consequences
Pull the trigger, without thinking
There's...

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    anonymous
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    Mar 15th, 2015 3:27pm report


    I believe this song is about a relationship, obviously. The two people in the relationship seem to have the odds against them. They do whatever they can to stay together.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 25th, 2014 3:16pm report


    I believe that it's about 2 kids who go into a relationship knowing that the relationship's not going to work out (Destined to explode) And since they're stupid and fearless, they go into the relationship anyway (2 kids stupid and fearless)They do have their normal ups and downs, but they're much more severe than most couple's fights (I've got your heart in my hands, like a time-bomb ticking) Also, it's crucial to know that they seem to keep on breaking up and making up again and again (When it breaks we'll fix it) So... That's what I make of it, but feel free to make of it what you want. It's just one person's opinion XD



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    anonymous
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    Feb 26th, 2014 2:06pm report


    I think the song is about a pair of young lovers(2 kids no consequences) who get into a relationship knowing that it would be hard to maintain.(from the get go i knew this was hard to hold) It was bound to fall apart. (on a wire we were dancing) They got into it with out much thought (pull the trigger without thinking) The whole relationship was cursed.(we were destined to explode) they did it anyways (i wouldn't have it any other way.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 28th, 2014 1:53pm report


    I think this song is about a relationship between two people "Just two kids, no consequences/Just two kids, stupid and fearless" who are maintaining a difficult friendship/or relationship. They have their ups and downs but they won't give up on it "It goes off/we start again/When it breaks me, fix it".



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    anonymous
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    Jan 8th, 2014 1:38pm report


    I think it is about a couple who know their relationship isn't going to work out, they aren't meant to be.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 23rd, 2011 10:02pm report


    About a couple who are "hanging by a thread" and trying to keep their relationship to work.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 22nd, 2011 10:08pm report


    I think this song is about two people who had really strong physical feelings for each other which culminated in a one-night stand, but then they realize they want more emotional attachment from each other. No matter how hard they try to go slow, they always end up going far in the "heat of the moment" and then start over again.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 31st, 2011 7:09am report


    this song is basically about a relationship that is damaging to both people involved but one person doesn't care and won't let go.




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