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Song Released: 2005


Doesn't Remind Me Lyrics

I walk the streets of Japan till I get lost
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything
With a graveyard tan carrying a cross
Cause it doesn't remind me of anything

I like studying faces in a parking lot
Cause it doesn't remind me of...

  1. anonymous
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    Jul 11th 2019 report

    This song is about trying to deflect your reality for a little while.

    If you listen closely, all of the things he say doesnt remind him of anything are historical occurings and such. For examplethe hippy movement (ilike colorful clothing in the sun) or religion itself (hammering nails and speaking in tongues). He is lying to himself saying it doesnt remind him of anythin when in reality he know those are things that meant a lot (i dont want to learn what ill need to forget)

    At the end all he wants is to let go of it all and start moving forward.

    Pd: maybhe rest in peace.

  2. anonymous
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    Apr 1st 2013 report

    This song is basically about the Youthful nature of man. And how when worse comes to worse, its nice to just forget all of your problems.


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