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Since the start of the 17th century
There's been the scent of unseasoned wood burning in the air
And the conquest of nature meant nothing at all
While we betray exception we take all that is there
Motives are transcluent in the reflection of...

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    Jan 4th, 2011 1:16pm report


    I earned a degree in History, so I am drawn to this song based upon Graffin's infusion of ideas incorporating the colonial periods and Industrial Revolution that took place on two continents, but involved five landmasses and their natural resources.

    I am a newbie to this site, but I found a dearth of exchange when it came to discussing BR lyrics, interpretations, and ideas. I suppose there are more songs that are more enigmatic than this one, but I look forward to hearing some ideas and interpretations. I hope that this entry will spawn such discussion.




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